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BIND and DHCP read-only source code access
Author: Cathy Almond Reference Number: AA-01037 Views: 4314 Created: 2013-08-29 14:39 Last Updated: 2014-07-18 12:22 0 Rating/ Voters

ISC BIND and DHCP source code and early-access tarballs are available online for use by developers and contributors.

Public releases are always available from the downloads page on the ISC website (http://www.isc.org/downloads/) and from the ISC FTP site ftp.isc.org. When you go to the ISC FTP site, simply select the GUEST option and you will not need a password.  (The ISC FTP site can also be accessed from your web browser as http://ftp.isc.org/isc/   and ftp://ftp.isc.org/isc/).

The BIND and ISC DHCP repositories are mirrors, updated several times per day, of the source repositories maintained by ISC. They contain all the public release branches; upcoming releases can be viewed in their current state at any time.  They do not contain development branches or unreviewed work in progress. Commits which address security vulnerablilities are withheld until after public disclosure. The Kea repository is also read-only, but is the actual master repository.

For those wishing to access the git repositories via command line rather than the web viewer, the following guides are available:

Accessing the BIND git Repository Via Command Line

Accessing the ISC DHCP git Repository Via Command Line


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