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  •  29 Jan 2003 14:25
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    Release Notes: A few options and tweaks were added to address specific issues which have occurred. Compilation on really old Solaris boxen was fixed.

    •  09 Dec 2002 18:08
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      Release Notes: The main addition in this release is implementation of a proper configuration file. There are new options which give finer control over upstream server use and better logging. Bugfixes are restricted to a few very minor issues. The documentation has been expanded and reorganized.

      •  30 Sep 2002 18:41
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        Release Notes: Portability and memory-use enhancements for uClinux were made. A couple of useful options were added. The default cache size was reduced.

        •  19 Aug 2002 17:11
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          Release Notes: This release fixes a few small bugs. It also includes portability enhancements to make dnsmasq work on *BSD systems, Solaris 9, and with ulibc.

          •  16 Jul 2002 07:57
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            Release Notes: A couple of bugfixes were made to correct problems clearing the cache when signalled with SIGHUP, and to fix changing the process group ID away from root at startup. There are no known or expected security holes as a result of this bug, but it is best to be safe.

            •  27 May 2002 22:12
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              Release Notes: This release has a small change so that reverse lookup of a host which has a DHCP assigned address returns the FQDN.

              •  24 Apr 2002 19:30
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                Release Notes: This release is a collection of minor bugfixes. The main fix to note is one for a bug which caused names in the hotmail.com domain to fail to resolve under certain circumstances. It should now be possible to compile dnsmasq under FreeBSD.

                •  21 Mar 2002 20:59
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                  Release Notes: A bug which meant that DHCP lease times were wrongly calculated on time zones other than UTC has been fixed.

                  •  27 Feb 2002 19:34
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                    Release Notes: A fix for a bug which caused 1.2 to bomb out with some early 2.4 series Linux kernels.

                    •  29 Jan 2002 19:16
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                      Release Notes: This release adds IPv6 support. On IPv6-enabled boxes, dnsmasq can both talk to upstream servers via IPv6 and offer DNS service via IPv6. On dual-stack (IPv4 and IPv6) boxes, it speaks both protocols and can even act as IPv6-to-IPv4 or IPv4-to-IPv6 forwarder. There are also a few minor fixes and enhancements which make upgrading worthwhile for IPv4-only users.

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