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[Unbound-users] Unbound release 1.4.12

Paul Wouters
Mon Jul 18 16:11:43 CEST 2011


On Mon, 18 Jul 2011, lst_hoe02 at kwsoft.de wrote:

> May i ask if it is really needed to exclude ldns from tarball? It was really 
> handy to not download yet-another-tarball have a look at the checksums and 
> move it to the right destination, than do configure/make for the libs and 
> start over with unbound again. How many people actually need it to be 
> excluded?

see many discussions here in the last. The debian and fedora maintainers
both asks for it to be decoupled, as the tar ball copy inside unbound is
confusing and can sometimes accidentally get linked by unbound if the
ldns dev/devel package is not installed. Staticly linked libraries on
systems are not good. If you think you have ldns 1.6.10 but unbound had
been statically linked to 1.6.9, you might have a security issue.....

Also, not every unbound requires a new ldns.

And of course, people use ldns and ldns-python without unbound.

Paul