A fix has recently been committed upstream: https://salsa.debian.org/debian/ddclient/-/commit/82d99d1dfb0fb002a15e081fdc7ccf8f96215dc6
The Debian BTS has a related report  which suggests to me this issue should have been fixed way back in v1.11. But even if installing wasn’t broken, with the legacy databases discontinued, it’s not much use in the long term.
Geoip-database-contrib has already been removed from Debian entirely  due to deprecation by upstream, apparently in favor of geoipupdate .
(I’m not affiliated with either package and have no solutions; I’m just documenting the connections here.)
Replace instruction using
ln -s to enable Apache site to use
a2ensite instead in Debian and derivatives. Closes #884.
Under Apache Web server configuration, there’s a prompt to create a symlink to enable the newly created site:
ln -s /etc/apache2/sites-available/nextcloud.conf /etc/apache2/sites-enabled/nextcloud.conf
As the instructions in this section are written for Debian, Ubuntu, and their derivatives,
a2ensite should be used instead:
The commands are currently functionally equivalent (AFAIK), but should this change sometime, the latter would be more future proof, besides being much shorter and easier to type.
Additionally, immediately following the
ln -s there is a section about Additional Apache configurations, which correctly instructs the use of
a2enmod to create the symlinks. Replacing
ln -s with
a2ensitewould thus harmonize the two sections.
Squeezeä Lennyä testasin, tuota hidastelua aiheutti se, että Nautilus (tai jokin) halusi nuuskia verkossa näkyviä Windows-verkkokansioita. Sen keksittyäni sen estäminen oli helppoa, mutten kyllä enää kuollaksenikaan muista että miten.
Edit: Taisi olla niinkin vanha kuin Lenny se jota testasin.