Chris Buechler wrote:
>I recall Manuel saying in the past it wasn't used as a DHCP server
>originally because the functionality wasn't there when he got started.
> Why it's still there now I don't recall, probably one of those "it
>ain't broke so don't fix it" things. It's in the list archives
It's only semi-broke, in that it add two redundant programs: dhcpd @
465812b and dhcrelay @ 118148.
dnsmasq does both, and dns forwarding/serving in one instance @ 78340b.
Anyway, I'll try to dig up the answer in the archives when I get a chance.