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dante-server-1.4.1-bp154.1.5 RPM for x86_64

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Name: dante-server Distribution: SUSE Linux Enterprise 15 SP4
Version: 1.4.1 Vendor: openSUSE
Release: bp154.1.5 Build date: Wed Nov 10 16:42:14 2021
Group: Productivity/Networking/Other Build host: lamb62
Size: 968358 Source RPM: dante-1.4.1-bp154.1.5.src.rpm
Summary: A Free Socks v4/v5 Server Implementation
This package contains the socks proxy daemon and its documentation. The
sockd is the server part of the Dante socks proxy package and allows
socks clients to connect through it to the network.






* Mon Nov 30 2015
  - Add dante-miniupnp14.patch to fix compilation with miniupnpc
    API level 14.
* Mon May 11 2015
  - add dante-1.4.1-gcc5-fixes.patch
* Wed May 06 2015
  - Enable libwrap
  - Be more explicit in configure stage
  - Readd updated dante-1.4.0-glibc-2.17.patch
* Tue Apr 28 2015
  - Update to 1.4.1
    * Fixed configure problem with detection of on recent
      FreeBSD versions.
    * Fixed problem in configure test used for figuring out which
      buffer in an IPC socket is used for determining bytes that can
      be buffered.  Should fix problem on FreeBSD.
    * Fixed bug in handling of buffered GSSAPI data.
    * AIX 6.1 compilation fixes.
    * NetBSD 6.1.3 gethostbyaddr() configure fix.
    * for a full list of changes see NEWS file
  - Use url for source
  - Cleanup spec-file with spec-cleaner
  - Remove upstreamed/obsolete patches
    * dante-1.4.0-64bit_portability.patch
    * dante-1.4.0-glibc-2.17.patch
    * dante-1.4.0-sockd_conf.patch
  - Update dependencies
  - Enable upnp support
  - Do not mark systemd unit file as executable
* Fri Jan 30 2015
  - reviewed the systemd init script
  - added patch:
    * dante-1.4.0-sockd_conf.patch to accomplish new syntax
* Tue May 20 2014
  - Added %pre section to call %service_add_pre
* Fri Jan 24 2014
  - added patches:
    * dante-1.4.0-sendbuf_macro.patch
* Thu Dec 19 2013
  - dante.spec: instead of statically defining CFLAGS, parse out
    - grecord-gcc-switches from %{optflags}, since it causes problems
    for the configure script
* Mon Dec 16 2013
  - update to dante-1.4.0
    o Older syntax for setting the socket buffer sizes via
    socket.recvbuf.udp, socket.sendbuf.udp, socket.recvbuf.tcp and
    socket.sendbuf.tcp options have been deprecated and replaced with
    the more general API for setting socket options.
    "socket.recvbuf.udp" can now be set by "<interface-side>.udp.so_rcvbuf"
    "socket.sendbuf.udp" can now be set by "<interface-side>.udp.so_sndbuf"
    "socket.recvbuf.tcp" can now be set by "<interface-side>.tcp.so_rcvbuf"
    "socket.sendbuf.tcp" can now be set by "<interface-side>.tcp.so_sndbuf"
    <interface-side> refers to either "internal", for Dante's internal
    interface(s), or "external", for Dante's external interface(s).
    o socks-rules now require a "socks" prefix (like client-rules require a
    "client" prefix), and the socks "method" keyword has been renamed to
    o The "socksmethod" keyword can now be set in client-rules too.  It
    is used to override the default preference for what socksmethod to
    select for which clients addresses, making it possible to by
    default e.g., have the preference "gssapi username none", but for
    some client-ranges have a different preference, e.g., "none
    username gssapi".
    Normally there is no need to use set this keyword in a client-rule.
    o Fallback to direct (non-proxy) routes now defaults to off in the client,
    as well as in the server.
    To keep previous behaviour in the client, with direct route fallback
    for destinations with no matching route, set SOCKS_DIRECTROUTE_FALLBACK
    to "yes" in the environment, or ./configure with --enable-drt-fallback.
    Direct fallback is enabled if there are no routes configured (as is
    usually the case in a server configuration), and disabled otherwise.
    o IPv6 is now supported in the server.
    Standard IPv6 address syntax is used for addresses, with the addition
    of the special address "0/0" used for matching both all IPv4 and
    all IPv6 addresses.
    o New "monitor" object added.  Syntax is similar to rules and routes,
    but instead of applying to individual sessions, it applies to all
    sessions currently matching the addresses to monitor.
    This can be used for monitoring network anomalies related to too
    little data being transferred or too many disconnects occurring,
    triggering alarms if detected.
    o Possibility to configure system errors and DNS-errors for
    special logging in certain cases (when connecting and performing
    hostname resolving).
    o More aggressive regarding how many processes to fork when starting
    and how many processes to reserve for future clients.
    o Added new log keyword: "tcpinfo".  Used to report more extensive
    statistics about sessions, including TCP_INFO on supported platforms.
    o SIGINFO/SIGUSR1 output is now logged at level "info" instead of level
    o SIGHUP code rewritten.  Should function considerably better in
    environments were SIGHUP is, for whatever reason, sent an excessive
    amount of times every second.
    o Default for the maximum number of clients an i/o process can handle has
    been increased from 8 to 32.
    o Improved UDP compatibility by sending appropriate ICMP unreachable
    errors to clients and targets, if running with the appropriate
    privileges (typically, root is required for this).
    Makes it possible for a client or target to be notified that a UDP
    packet it wanted the Dante server to forward was not forwarded.
    o Reduction in memory consumption at the expense of allocating extra
    memory dynamically in the very rare, perhaps non-existing, cases
    where the extra memory is needed.
    o The default timeout for TCP i/o ( has been changed from
    84000 to 0.  0 means use the kernels default, which in most cases will
    mean no timeout.  See UPGRADE for more information.
    o The session module has been merged with the mainstream Dante code,
    and has also been extended to support the following new features:
    - connection throttling (number of new sessions accepted per second).
    - state-keys.
      Two state keys are currently supported:
    - per-IP address.
    - per-hostid (hostid is supported on certain platforms, with
      certain kernel patches, with certain clients).
    The syntax has also changed (see UPGRADE).
    See the manual for more information about the new features.
    o Code used for finding the correct outgoing address to bind when
    external.rotation is set to "route" replaced with much simpler,
    but hopefully equally (or better) functioning code.
    Idea taken from Quagga.
    o Use getpassphrase() rather then getpass() to obtain password for
    username authentication when available. Avoids 9 character limit
    on Solaris.  Suggested by Albert Fluegel <>
    o Use sqrt() rather than sqrtl() in stddev calculation, as sqrtl() is not
    available on some platforms (such as FreeBSD 7.2).  Problem reported
    by Rudolf Polzer <>.
    o If the authentication method used was RFC931 (ident), the username
    was not always logged when it should be.
    Reported by Gregory Charot (EVENIUM) <>.
    o Syntax checking has been improved to better detect invalid or
    likely incorrect server configurations.
    This can result in some configurations that have previously been
    accepted or accepted with warnings by Dante, to now cause an error
    on startup, preventing the Dante server from starting up until the
    configuration error has been fixed.
    o Fixed compilation on OpenBSD with compilers not supporting -Wbounded.
    Problem report and testing by
    Mikael More <>.
    o GSSAPI "clear" is no longer enabled by default, as it is not part
    of the SOCKS GSSAPI standard per se.
    o external.rotation was not handling non-IPv4 target addresses correctly.
    Reported and diagnosed by Rudolf Polzer <>.
    o The "--disable-libwrap" option has been renamed "--without-libwrap".
    o Fixed bug that would cause the following warning to sometimes be
    erroneously reported:
    "warning: accept(2) failed: Resource temporarily unavailable"
    o SIGINFO log information extended to include information about i/o
    buffer status and as well as UDP packet latency.
    o Real-time scheduling priority settings and CPU affinity settings made
    available in sockd.conf.
    See for
    a performance analysis done in relation to these new features.
    o General API for setting socket options on sockets used by Dante
    made available in sockd.conf.
    o Support for cross compilation of client library for Android
    (system name 'arm-linux-androideabi').
    Testing and analysis by Yoav Weiss <>.
    o Problem with sockd.init generation in dante.spec fixed.
    Reported by Luiz Gustavo Nascimento <>.
  - refreshed patches:
  - %{optflags} contains -grecord-gcc-switches, which causes problems for
    configure. removed optflags from CFLAGS and modified it to contain the
    rest of the options.
* Sun Oct 27 2013
  - Replace sysvinit with systemd
    Package build only for Factory; no need to keep sysvinit support
  - Replace hard paths with RPM macros



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