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INADYN.CONF(5) File formats and conventions INADYN.CONF(5)
inadyn.conf - configuration for the inadyn client for open DNS servers.
inadyn can read the very same options which can be present in the command line from a configuration file. This feature allows the user to
write the options only once, and avoids frequent retyping.
The format of the file follows the *NIX tradition:
a '#' character denotes a comment.
The long options (those with '--' in front) can also be placed at the beginning of the line without '--' signs.
a can be used as an escape character.
#Some comment about inadyn cfg file
--username test --password test --update_period 60000
--alias test.homeip.net --alias my.second.domain
--username test # user
update_period 60000 # some other param without '--'
Other manual pages
Inadyn 's home page is http://inadyn.ina-tech.net. <>
inadyn was written by Narcis Ilisei, <firstname.lastname@example.org>.
This manual page was written by Shaul Karl, <email@example.com>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system, based on the readme.html file that is
found in the source.
Linux applications January, 2005 INADYN.CONF(5)