[Pdns-dev] Re: Pdns-dev Digest, Vol 59, Issue 2

Chris Savery chrissavery at gmail.com
Thu Sep 4 01:19:29 CEST 2008

Seems like there's nobody on this mailing list any more. I just keep 
getting copies of my own mail back.
I can build 2.9.21 fine but 2.9.22 won't go.
The error is:

make[4]: Entering directory `/usr/src/pdns/pdns/backends/bind'
/bin/bash ../../../ylwrap bindlexer.l .c bindlexer.c -- /bin/bash 
/usr/src/pdns/missing --run flex  -s -i
/usr/src/pdns/pdns/backends/bind/bindlexer.l:128: warning, rule cannot 
be matched
/usr/src/pdns/pdns/backends/bind/bindlexer.l:131: warning, -s option 
given but default rule can be matched
make[4]: *** [bindlexer.c] Error 1
make[4]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/pdns/pdns/backends/bind'
make[3]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[3]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/pdns/pdns/backends'
make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1
make[2]: Leaving directory `/usr/src/pdns/pdns'
make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1

I was thinking I'd help work on pdns but it seems maybe it's gone 
dormant now.
Chris :)

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> From: Chris Savery <chrissavery at gmail.com>
> Subject: [Pdns-dev] Bison, Flex required to build now
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> Hello,
> I've taken the next step and am trying to build the latest svn so that I 
> can make changes to support geo caching / views / split horizon.
> I got the svn code ok and bootstrapped it and started to build.
> It gave me errors about needing yacc - so I installed bison to cover that.
> But then I got errors about needing flex. Installing that didn't help 
> though.
> Where should I go from here to finish make?
> I'm on Ubuntu 8.04.
> BTW I noticed that the packetcache code has been re-written to use Boost 
> Multi Index containers. That's looks pretty nice. I had already coded a 
> few changes to cache with remote ip as part of the key but I'll have to 
> change that now to work with the new code as I also want the new ability 
> to set a max-cache-entry value. I was just going to concat the ip value 
> to the end of the name so that the pair make a unique key for any 
> particular area.
> Lastly, any suggestions on how one can test the dns by spoofing IPs 
> values? I can test easily enough with localhost but what I need is a way 
> to send requests as though they originated from around the world. I 
> would guess there is some tool that can send a request with a chosen 
> source ip?
> Thank you if you can help with how to finish this build.
> Chris :)
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