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Re: /etc/hosts: Two lines with the same IP address?

On Tue, 2004-06-08 at 12:37, Petter Reinholdtsen wrote:
> [Greg Folkert]
> > No, it will not.
> Strange.  I've seen X forwarding problems just because of this.
> RedHat inserts the hostname in /etc/hosts as one of the names for
>, and this make X forwarding over SSH fail.  Correcting
> /etc/hosts fixes the problem.
You then have some fuxxored in your ssh_config (or if it is from the
other way you sshd_config). Or you have something in your resolving set
differently than nearly *99.9%* of the entire Internet. Even Microsoft's
resolvers get this right.

> > Make sure you understand the infrastructure before you answer others.
> Such big words.  Hope you are able to back them up. :)
I am able.
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