The interface to bind to. Can be specified multiple times and contain
comma separated IPs for specifying multiple interfaces. The first
interface will be used as the server id in diagnostic outputs.
If a hostname is used instead of an IP, a DNS lookup will be done on startup to find the IP address.
|--user [user / uid]||The username or uid to run as after binding to port 53.|
|--config [config file]||Base configuration file; defaults to ./pgeodns.conf|
|--verbose||Print even more status output.|
pgeodns.conf in the current directory. Review it and the included samples in config/* until it gets documented. :-)
Send them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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