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Vinny75

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Jul 14, 2007
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This is simple cross compile of INADYN 1.96.2 for Android.

"INADYN is a free DynDNS client. It gives the possibility to have your own fixed hostname registered on the internet, although your IP might be changing. It checks periodically whether the IP address stored by the DNS server is the real current IP address of the machine that is running INADYN."

http://www.inatech.eu/inadyn/

To install:
1) extract inadyn.zip to your sdcard
2) copy inadyn to /system/bin

You have two ways to run it:
1) from the shell, run: inadyn --username <DynDNS username> --password <DynDNS password> --alias <DynDNS alias>

e.g. inadyn -u test -t test -a test.thruhere.net

2) create inadyn.conf in /etc with the following contents: "--username <DynDNS username> --password <DynDNS password> --alias <DynDNS alias>" then run inadyn

You may want to use the following commands
--iterations 1 (this will cause inadyn to update the ip and exit)
--background (inadyn will run in the background)
--update_period 6000 (how often the IP is checked. The period is in [ms]. Default is about 1 min. Max is 10 days)
 

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daflores63

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Apr 21, 2009
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error

followed instructions but no joy; keep getting:

[1] Illegal instruction

Running Froyo on LG Optimus S. Any ideas?
 

MrGibbage

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Dec 3, 2008
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I have not installed this, but I would like to know the answer to this question before I do:
Is this supposed to work over cellular/3G? Or is it just wifi?
 

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    This is simple cross compile of INADYN 1.96.2 for Android.

    "INADYN is a free DynDNS client. It gives the possibility to have your own fixed hostname registered on the internet, although your IP might be changing. It checks periodically whether the IP address stored by the DNS server is the real current IP address of the machine that is running INADYN."

    http://www.inatech.eu/inadyn/

    To install:
    1) extract inadyn.zip to your sdcard
    2) copy inadyn to /system/bin

    You have two ways to run it:
    1) from the shell, run: inadyn --username <DynDNS username> --password <DynDNS password> --alias <DynDNS alias>

    e.g. inadyn -u test -t test -a test.thruhere.net

    2) create inadyn.conf in /etc with the following contents: "--username <DynDNS username> --password <DynDNS password> --alias <DynDNS alias>" then run inadyn

    You may want to use the following commands
    --iterations 1 (this will cause inadyn to update the ip and exit)
    --background (inadyn will run in the background)
    --update_period 6000 (how often the IP is checked. The period is in [ms]. Default is about 1 min. Max is 10 days)