putting HESIOD, Appletalk and IPX on notice

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at phk.freebsd.dk
Sun Aug 7 06:36:57 GMT 2005

In message <42F5AA8D.3060201 at freebsd.org>, Tim Robbins writes:

>HESIOD should be moved out of libc and into a separate NSS/PAM module 
>even if we do decide to keep it in the base system. With HESIOD out of 
>libc, we could then split the DNS code out into a separate libresolv.
>The same could be done with NIS/YP, which would allow us to slim down 
>libc by moving xdr & rpc into a separate librpc, and yp into a separate 

Sounds like a good plan...

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