Am 06.06.2018 um 10:36 schrieb Roy Marples: > On 06/06/2018 09:14, Oliver Freyermuth wrote: >> I finally managed to test this in my testing setup - it works perfectly fine! > > Awesome :D > >> Could you let me know once it's integrated upstream? > > I *am* the upstream for dhcpcd :) > It will be in the next dhcpcd release for sure.
Oh! I noted the manpages were authored by you, but I did not investigate you're much more than the manpage author - nice. Then, even more thanks for noticing my issue on the dnsmasq-discuss list here and taking care of it at the more correct place :-). > >> I plan to open issues for dhclient, systemd-networkd etc. then and could >> reference that RFC6355 is already handled fine >> in a very portable way on a wide range of OS by dhcpcd. >> >> In a later step, I'll then ping the debian-installer and kickstart >> developers, since they should also adopt this (I think they use dhclient, >> but I may be wrong). >> >> It's nice to see that dhcpcd is first on this :-). > > Generally, dhcpcd is the first to support new stuff. I know. Sadly, the most widespread distros (Debian, Ubuntu, RHEL, CentOS) have adoped dhclient (via NetworkManager) or systemd-networkd by default, even though I'm not convinced this is a good move, but I won't enter philosophical discussions with them (with Gentoo, I can easily choose myself ;-) ). > Thanks for testing and taking it to other upstreams. Thanks to you for being really quick in adding well-tested portable support for this! Cheers, Oliver > > Roy _______________________________________________ Dnsmasq-discuss mailing list Dnsmasqemail@example.com http://lists.thekelleys.org.uk/mailman/listinfo/dnsmasq-discuss