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SubjectRe: IP changes in 2.3.4x make things wierd?
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In article <linux.kernel.200002202104.IAA02493@mobilix.atnf.csiro.au>,
Richard Gooch <rgooch@atnf.csiro.au> wrote:
>David S. Miller writes:
>> In glibc you can control this with /etc/nsswitch.conf
>> In libc5, sorry I have no idea how to turn it off there.
>> Perhaps someone else can help out on the libc5 case.
>
>With libc5 it's the same story: edit /etc/nsswitch.conf


Oh?

orc@europe.pell.portland.or.us$ strings /lib/libc.so.5.0.9 | grep nsswitch
orc@europe.pell.portland.or.us$
orc@europe.pell.portland.or.us$ strings libc.so.5.0.9 | grep host.conf
/etc/host.conf
orc@europe.pell.portland.or.us$

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david parsons \bi/ I don't think you know just how much of a sewer libc5
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