[SunRescue] Easy problem!
D.A. Muran-de Assereto
dmuran at pinacolada.net
Wed Dec 8 21:53:01 CST 1999
Actually, /etc/defaultdomain is used for NIS and NIS+ domains, not DNS
domains. In official docs I've read, setting your NIS or NIS+ domain to the
same as your DNS domain is deprecated.
DNS domain is in the hosts file and in /etc/resolv.conf; it'd also be in the
named config files.
Dave Muran-de Assereto
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Sent: Wednesday, December 08, 1999 22:35
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Subject: Re: [SunRescue] Easy problem!
> Hmmm.... I can't seem to find most of the files you specified...
> There is no "defaultdomain", and "defaultrouter." Do I have to create
> If I do have to create them, what do I put in them?
> Eric The Red
Yes, you create each one. There should be one line in each file, I don't
think they like comments or blank leading lines.
defaultdomain should have something like:
defaultrouter should contain the IP address of the router used to get
outside your subnet.
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