Re: Packages to remove from frozen
On Tue, Mar 07, 2000 at 10:48:07PM +0100, Paul Slootman wrote:
> On Tue 07 Mar 2000, Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> > Well, you can tell them that the servers are buggy, and
> > perhaps get the ssh server fixed? Espescially since there is a
> > workaround to stop seeing the message.
> > I think openssh is doing the right thing here.
> I've noticed a different problem with openssh:
> Whenever I connect to a system that's listed in my /etc/hosts,
> a DNS lookup is _still_ done.
> (nsswitch.conf has "files dns", so that's not the problem)
I have the same problem... it appears to only do that on unqualified
names. ('foo' vs 'foo.example.com') As I recall, it didn't do that
originally when openssh replaced non-free-ssh, but in the last month or
It's annoying to me as well, since the machine I'm usually using doesn't
have the modem, so I ssh to the machine with a modem and now have to
specify the full hostname. (And, nope, I don't have ISDN, since it's
per-minute and real money... demand dialing on a modem, um, sucks :))
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