Fedora 22 Update: ipv6calc-0.99.1-13.fc22

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Name        : ipv6calc
Product     : Fedora 22
Version     : 0.99.1
Release     : 13.fc22
URL         : http://www.deepspace6.net/projects/ipv6calc.html
Summary     : IPv6 address format change and calculation utility
Description :
ipv6calc is a small utility which formats and calculates IPv4/IPv6 addresses
in different ways.

Install this package, if you want to retrieve information about a particular
IPv4/IPv6/MAC address (-i ADDRESS) or make life easier in adding entries to
reverse IPv6 DNS zones (e.g. -a 2001:db8:1234::1/48).

In addition many format and type conversions are supported, see online help
and/or given URL for more.

Also this package contains additional programs
 - ipv6loganon: anonymize Apache web server logs
 - ipv6logconv: special Apache web server log converter
    (examples included for use with analog)
 - ipv6logstats: create statistics from list of IPv4/IPv6 addresses
    (examples included for use with gnu-plot)

Support for following databases
 - IP2Location	ENABLED
		default directory for downloaded db files: /usr/share/IP2Location
		(requires also external library on system)

		default directory for downloaded db files: /usr/share/GeoIP
		(requires also external library on system)

 - db-ip.com	ENABLED
		(once generated database files are found on system)
		default directory for generated db files: /usr/share/DBIP

 - External	ENABLED
		default directory for generated db files: /usr/share/ipv6calc/db

Built WITH shared-library

Available rpmbuild rebuild options:
  --without ip2location
  --without geoip
  --without dbip
  --without external
  --without shared
  --without mod_ipv6calc

Update Information:

new release 0.99.1 (introduces new subpackage mod_ipv6calc)

This update can be installed with the "yum" update program. Use
su -c 'yum update ipv6calc' at the command line.
For more information, refer to "Managing Software with yum",
available at https://docs.fedoraproject.org/yum/.

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