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SubjectRe: Class B, Name lookups? BUG?
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On 23 Jun 1996, really kuznet@ms2.inr.ac.ru wrote:

inr-linux-kernel} From: "really kuznet@ms2.inr.ac.ru"
<inr-linux-kernel@ms2.inr.ac.ru>


inr-linux-kernel} It is redundant but harmless route.
inr-linux-kernel}
inr-linux-kernel} The real source of problem is in some other place.
inr-linux-kernel} nslookup works -> it is libc.

Thank you for that acknolwedgement!

inr-linux-kernel}
inr-linux-kernel} James, please look at your /etc/host.conf.
inr-linux-kernel} You forgot specify "bind" in order line, does not it?

Actually, no. I have a correct /etc/host.conf.
If I reverse the order it is still broken. I wouldn't
want to do that anyway.

ikyr:~$ cat /etc/host.conf
order hosts, bind
multi on


I'm running out of ideas and it keeps looking more and more like a bug.
Why have I not had problems with NT, Solaris, or Mac?


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