Host Name Resolution Via Multicast DNS (Zeroconf) for glibc

nss-mdns is a plug-in for the GNU Name Service Switch (NSS)
functionality of the GNU C Library (glibc) providing a hostname
resolution via Multicast DNS (aka Zeroconf, aka Apple Rendezvous, aka
Apple Bonjour), and effectively allowing name resolution by common
Unix/Linux programs in the ad-hoc mDNS domain .local.

nss-mdns provides only client functionality, which means that you have
to run a mDNS responder daemon separately from nss-mdns if you want to
register the local hostname via mDNS. I recommend Avahi.

By default, nss-mdns tries to contact a running avahi-daemon to resolve
hostnames and addresses and makes use of its superior record cacheing.

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baselibs.conf 0000000099 99 Bytes about 11 years
nss-mdns-0.10.tar.gz 0000353130 345 KB over 6 years
nss-mdns-config 0000006974 6.81 KB over 7 years
nss-mdns.changes 0000003493 3.41 KB over 6 years
nss-mdns.spec 0000002872 2.8 KB over 6 years
unaligned.diff 0000000479 479 Bytes over 12 years
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