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Old 07-25-2006
DNS name resolution

Hi,

I got solaris 10 installed on a E250 and i am expericing issues resolving dns.

from some research i think it's becuase where i haven't set-up NIS and i don't intend too as i am just setting up a box to poke communigate pro.

Any help or advice please?


Thanks in advance


Alan
# 2  
Old 07-25-2006
got it

my fault,

i didn't overwrite nsswitch.conf with nsswitch.dns and i also didn't add the dns server to resolv.conf.

all working fine now.

Alan
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