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This package is for parsing DNS messages as you would see them from a network capture or your own network application. It is a Python interface to the libbind DNS message parsing library. A useful reference for this software is DNS and BIND, 5th Edition from O'Reilly. == INSTALLATION == Strangle is a standard distutils-driven Python package. It also has a C language component that must be compiled against the BIND parsing library (libbind). For Debian, you need the "bind-dev" package, as well as standard C development packages (gcc, libc6-dev, etc.). for RPM-based distributions, try the bind-devel package. 1. Uncompress the archive that you have downloaded. By default, it will extract to a directory named Strangle-<something>. 2. Change to that directory and run the install command: # python setup.py install 3. Everything should compile properly and you should be able to use the Strangle library from any location in your system. >>> import Strangle >>> Strangle <module 'Strangle' from '.../site-packages/Strangle/__init__.pyc'> >>> == Copyright Information == Strangle is licensed to you under the terms of the GNU General public license, version 2. For the full text of this license, please see the COPYING file which accompanies these instructions. Proven Corporation offers software and expertise based on Strangle. Please see our web site. Thank you very much. Author: Jason Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org> Proven Corporation Co., Ltd. Bangkok, Thailand http://www.proven-corporation.com