Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] On a 64bit system, what switches create a 32bit binary.

2016-04-12 Thread Kurt H Maier
On Mon, Apr 11, 2016 at 10:42:49PM -0500, Rob Townley wrote: > My name server runs on 32bit hardware, but all other machines are 64bit OS > on 64bit hardware. > > egrep -R -i '386|x86|32bit' did not come back with much relevant info. > > dnsmasq runs on all kinds of disparate hardware, so i know

[Dnsmasq-discuss] Suggestion/Feature Request: Disable only DNS on an interface

2016-04-12 Thread Ryan Zev Solomon
Good day, I think it would be useful to disable serving DNS queries on an interface on which TFTP, and DHCP are still provided. My use case: - TFTP and DHCP are provided by Dnsmasq. - Unbound is used as the DNS recursive resolver/cache. - Dnsmasq is used as a stub resolver for the addresses

Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] On a 64bit system, what switches create a 32bit binary.

2016-04-12 Thread Marc Branchaud
On 16-04-12 02:37 PM, Rob Townley wrote: > Yes, compile on 64bit machine to run on a 32bit machine. Same OS. To do this you need to have a cross-compilation toolchain, which is a build of gcc, ld and other tools, plus libc and any other libraries dnsmasq needs, that runs on your host (64bit)

[Dnsmasq-discuss] On a 64bit system, what switches create a 32bit binary.

2016-04-12 Thread Ryan Zev Solomon
Yes, compile on 64bit machine to run on a 32bit machine. Same OS. To do this you need to have a cross-compilation toolchain, which is a build of gcc, ld and other tools, plus libc and any other libraries dnsmasq needs, that runs on your host (64bit) system but outputs binaries for your target

Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] On a 64bit system, what switches create a 32bit binary.

2016-04-12 Thread Rob Townley
Yes, compile on 64bit machine to run on a 32bit machine. Same OS. On Tue, Apr 12, 2016 at 10:14 AM, wrote: > On 04/11/2016 11:42 PM, Rob Townley wrote: > >> My name server runs on 32bit hardware, but all other machines are 64bit >> OS on >> 64bit hardware. >> >> egrep -R -i

[Dnsmasq-discuss] [Almost resolved] (was: Interface name in /etc/resolv.conf with network-manager)

2016-04-12 Thread Leandro Noferini
Albert ARIBAUD writes: [...] >> So I need to notice about this bug (?) to network-manager team! > > Depends: could be a Network manager inherent bug, or a NM > configuration file issue -- in the second case, this is not for the NM > team to handle, but for the distro

Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] Interface name in /etc/resolv.conf with network-manager

2016-04-12 Thread Dan Williams
On Mon, 2016-04-11 at 09:24 +0200, Albert ARIBAUD wrote: > Hi Leandro, > > Le Sun, 10 Apr 2016 21:42:57 +0200 > Leandro Noferini a écrit: > > > > > Albert ARIBAUD writes: > > > > > > [...] > > > > > > > > So it would appear that dnsmasq

Re: [Dnsmasq-discuss] On a 64bit system, what switches create a 32bit binary.

2016-04-12 Thread wkitty42
On 04/11/2016 11:42 PM, Rob Townley wrote: My name server runs on 32bit hardware, but all other machines are 64bit OS on 64bit hardware. egrep -R -i '386|x86|32bit' did not come back with much relevant info. dnsmasq runs on all kinds of disparate hardware, so i know it is done everyday.

[Dnsmasq-discuss] Too many logs produced when using a lot of “server=/domain/nameserver” config entires

2016-04-12 Thread s
Hello, In China some of us use dnsmasq to resolv all domestic domains from local nameservers, but anything else from other more secure nameservers, e.g. via VPN tunnel or dnscrypt. We have a list of 20k+ local domains, which is translated into 20k+ lines of config file[1]. Dnsmasq works just