opendnssec  2.1.4
About: OpenDNSSEC is an turn-key solution for DNSSEC. It secures zone data just before it is published in an authoritative name server.
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README.md

OpenDNSSEC

Introduction

OpenDNSSEC was created as an open-source turn-key solution for DNSSEC. It secures zone data just before it is published in an authoritative name server.

More Information

More informnation can be found at the project website available at http://www.opendnssec.org/ and on the development WIKI at http://wiki.opendnssec.org/.

Information about announcements, bug reporting and mailing lists can be found at http://www.opendnssec.org/support/.

Dependencies

OpenDNSSEC depends on a number of external packages:

  • libxml2 (including xmllint)
  • LDNS
  • SQLite3

To run OpenDNSSEC, one must have at least one crypto module providing a PKCS#11 library, e.g. SoftHSM (http://www.opendnssec.org/softHSM)

When building from the source code repository, the following dependencies are also needed:

  • A Java runtime environment (JRE/JDK)

Building from the source code respository

If the code is downloaded directly from the source code respository (git), you have to prepare the configuration scripts before continuing with build:

  1. Install automake, autoconf and libtool.
  2. Run the command autogen.sh to build configure scripts etc.