It has been three long months since systemd 228 was released to the open-source community, and today we’re glad to inform you that the controversial software received a new major update…

It has been three long months since systemd 228 was released to the open-source community, and today we’re glad to inform you that the controversial software received a new major update.

systemd 229 has been announced by its creator, Lennart Poettering, earlier today, February 11, and it packs a lot of new features, as well as the usual under-the-hood tweaks and bugfixes. The main attraction of this release, though, is systemd-resolved, the DNS resolver service, which has received quite a bunch of new features. Among the most important ones is support for using it as a DNSSEC validating stub resolver.

Source: Linux.com | software

Johan Louwers

Johan Louwers

Global Lead Archict at Capgemini
Johan Louwers is an Oracle ACE Director and works for the global Capgemini Infrastructure organisation where he leads the Oracle Architect Office as the lead architect.
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