dhcpcd 1:10.0.5-3 source package in Ubuntu


dhcpcd (1:10.0.5-3) unstable; urgency=medium

  * Attempt to fix the GNU/Hurd build.
    + 002_fix_FTBFS_on_Hurd.patch

 -- Martin-Éric Racine <email address hidden>  Sat, 18 Nov 2023 14:46:18 +0200

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dhcpcd: DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 dual-stack client (init.d script & systemd unit)

 dhcpcd provides seamless IPv4 and IPv6 auto-configuration.
 This package provides the optional init.d script and systemd service.
 It should NOT be installed on systems where interfaces are configured
 by ifupdown via </etc/network/interfaces> using the DHCP method.

dhcpcd-base: DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 dual-stack client (binaries and exit hooks)

 dhcpcd provides seamless IPv4 and IPv6 auto-configuration:
  * DHCPv4 client
  * DHCPv6 client with Prefix Delegation (PD) support
  * IPv4 LL support (ZeroConf)
  * IPv6 SLAAC support
  * ARP address conflict resolution
  * ARP ping profiles
  * Wireless SSID profiles
 This package provides the binaries, exit hooks and manual pages.
 It offers a dual-stack substitute for ISC DHCP Client (dhclient) on systems
 where interfaces are configured by ifupdown via </etc/network/interfaces>
 using the DHCP method.
 The init.d script and systemd service required for systems without ifupdown
 are packaged separately as dhcpcd.
 Since Debian 12 (Bookworm), dhcpcd uses Predictable Network Interface Names
 on Linux ports. See NEWS.Debian for more details.

dhcpcd-base-dbgsym: debug symbols for dhcpcd-base
dhcpcd5: DHCPv4 and DHCPv6 dual-stack client (dummy transitional package)

 This package depends on dhcpcd. It can safely be removed after upgrades.