I'm running ddclient 3.7.3 on Ubuntu Server 7.10 updating a couple of url's from DynDns.
I get the message WARNING: caught SIGTERM; exiting in syslog
Should I be worried about this? (I haven't yet seen if ddclient is actually working because my IP hasn't changed yet)
Oh, one other question. I have two subdomains: foo.doesntexist.com and bar.homelinux.com (examples =]). They were listed in the .conf file as bar.homelinux.com,foo.doesntexist.com. When I run "sudo ddclient -verbose -debug" it only mentions bar.homelinux.com. Is it updating foo.doesntexist.com as well, or is something wrong?
First, it's always a good idea to start a new threat if you have a new question.
Post your configuration and the result of ddclient -daemon=0 -debug -verbose -noquiet on http://ddclient.pastebin.ca. Make two posts (don't forget to remove at least your password) and post the links here.
This has been fixed in r83 in subversion. See http://ddclient.svn.sourceforge.net/viewvc/ddclient/trunk/svn/ddclient?revision=83&view=markup
This issue has been described in the faq.
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