inadyn and openSUSE Raspberry Pi

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We've seen how to install no-ip.
Fortunately, there's not only this service but other services too. Just for reference, here are some (not only free):

http://www.dyndns.org
http://freedns.afraid.org
http://www.zoneedit.com
http://www.no-ip.com
http://www.easydns.com
http://www.tzo.com
http://www.3322.org
http://www.dnsomatic.com
http://www.tunnelbroker.net
http://dns.he.net/
http://www.dynsip.org
http://www.sitelutions.com
http://www.dnsexit.com
http://www.changeip.com
http://www.zerigo.com
http://www.dhis.org
https://nsupdate.info
http://duckdns.org
https://www.loopia.com
https://www.namecheap.com
https://domains.google.com
https://www.ovh.com
https://www.dtdns.com
http://giradns.com

Let's see one of them https://freedns.afraid.org. After you register, go to Dynamic DNS link (on the left top box-for members).
Add your host with type A and subdomain and domain what you like as host.

Now there's going to be a list of your host names. Right click on the Direct Link and copy the link. You should keep the alpha-numeric key. The address will be something like http://freedns.afraid.org/dynamic/update.php?[alpha-numeric-key]

Now it's time to install the client. I've found it from https://github.com/troglobit/inadyn.

1. First of all, install the needed programs to build the service.

zypper in gcc-c++ gcc git libopenssl-devel make nano

2. Then

mkdir inadyn

cd inadyn

3. Download the program from ftp://troglobit.com/inadyn/


and decompress it

tar xvfJ inadyn-1.99.9.tar.xz

4. Go to the directory

cd inadyn-1.99.9

5. Compile and install

make

make install


6. Create the confing file

nano /etc/inadyn.conf

with the following content

--username USERNAME
--password PASSWORD
--update_period 3600
--forced_update_period 14400
--alias HOSTNAME,alphanumeric key
--background
--dyndns_system default@freedns.afraid.org
--syslog

The bold words are the ones you should change. Remember the alphanumeric key is the one you got from right click on the Direct Link.

7. Start the client. Create the service file.

nano /usr/lib/systemd/system/inadyn.service

8. Add the following content.

[Unit]
Description=inadyn Dynamic DNS Update Client
After=network.target

[Service]
Type=forking
ExecStart=/usr/local/sbin/inadyn

[Install]
WantedBy=multi-user.target

9. Start the service

systemctl start inadyn.service

and enable the service

systemctl enable inadyn.service

10. Reboot and check if the service is running.

ps -A | grep inadyn

you should get results something like:

1526 ? 00:00:00 inadyn

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