How to assign foo.local domains with zeroconf
levipearson at gmail.com
Thu Mar 15 17:52:44 MDT 2012
AJ ONeal <coolaj86 at gmail.com> wrote:
> Everything I've seen with mDNS / zeroconf uses XML over UDP or UDP-HTTP.
> But yes, I want an application to be able to add safe domain resolution
> (i.e. .local, not .com) from userspace (without root).
> user visits localhost:6080
> user selects 'alias this server as "xyz.local"'
> user can now visit "xyz.local:6080"
> I want to vhost local webapps (with a local server)
What you are describing sounds more like UPnP's SSDP than Zeroconf's
mDNS. I have no idea what you'd use for SSDP in Linux. I would
probably avoid it.
If you want to do Zeroconf/mDNS, you could try using Avahi. It seems
to be the most widely-used Zeroconf/mDNS implementation in the Linux
world. See here for Avahi documentation:
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