GDHCPD is an easy to use GTK+ administration tool for ISC DHCPD. It handles dynamic scopes, hosts, ranges and settings.Gdhcpd and Gbind admin is a great combination for setting up DDNS domains.
If you are a new user in the GNU/Linux world, first make sure you read some manuals and howtos about ISC DHCP. This is one place of many where you can get some good information: DHCPD information
Download DHCP>= 3.0.3 from www.isc.org and unpack it like this:
tar -zxvf dhcp-x.x.x.tar.gz then cd into that directory and type:
./configure –prefix=/usr –sysconfdir=/etc –localstatedir=/var –sbindir=/usr/sbin
If there are no errors youre ready to install gdhcpd which can be done like this:
Download gdhcpd-x.x.x.tar.gz and unpack it like this:
tar -zxvf gdhcpd-x.x.x.tar.gz
CD into that directory then run:
./Autoinstall (if you like the settings in it).
Now you should be able to start it by typing gdhcpd at a shellprompt or from GNOME or KDE’s program menus and youre ready to add some scopes.