That is that I have to put a comma between the Host Names that I want updated (The name that comes before the Domain Name).
So below is my example that currently works with my domain provider.
Jul 14 ubuntu-vpn init: tty4 main process (1872) killed by TERM signal Jul 14 ubuntu-vpn init: tty5 main process (1873) killed by TERM signal Jul 14 ubuntu-vpn init: tty2 main process (1878) killed by TERM signal I've installed libio-socket-ssl-perl through apt-get so I'm not sure why it cant find the module.
I also tried installing the Perl module directly through CPAN but I get this: Writing Makefile for IO:: Socket:: SSL Could not read '/home/******/.cpan/build/IO-Socket-SSL-1.26-sa EB5t/META.yml'.
I have copied the Open DNS settings as they were in the post, what am I doing wrong?? CAPLinux, please post your file (remember to edit out your username and password) Dmizer, Here is my file # Configuration for ddclient scripts # generated from debconf on Mon Jun 29 EDT 2009 # # /etc/default/ddclient # Set to "true" if ddclient should be run every time a new ppp connection is # established.
My latest problem was something that Name Cheap does not show in their Knowledgebase example but was something I remembered having to do before.
I'm getting the error below (from my /var/log/file) on startup: Aug 21 jmotes1-laptop ddclient: WARNING: cannot connect to myip.dnsomatic.com:80 socket: IO:: Socket:: INET: Bad hostname 'myip.dnsomatic.com' (I'm using Dns-O-Matic rather than updating open DNS directly).
I think it is because my internet connection has not yet been made. Set up a Dns-O-Matic account (https:// - this service is provided free of charge by the Open DNS folks.
Is there a way to run a command from the desktop icon like, sudo -p PASSWORD gddccontrol so it won't ...
I'm running an Ubuntu 14.04.3 LTS server that launches a few things at startup, two of them being Open VPN for my VPN service and a Dynamic DNS Update Client to update my noip host to my current IP. ddclient seems powerful, however the only status message I can see is that it is running, by doing sudo /etc/init.d/ddclient status.
# Set to "true" if ddclient should run in daemon mode run_daemon="true" ...