Re: KDE/Konqeror - mounting NFS export hangs Konquerer and K-MenuI
no, it does'nt need to connect over a DNS server, its running on a small home
LAN. I noticed that my lo interface wasnn't active after cobaco suggested
looking at that. Once I had fixed that in /etc/network/interfaces I could
use KDE again.
Since I can only mount the NFS export using an ip address for my server
(athlon), I was looking around in the various network configuration HOWTOs
but couldn't really figure out how to get hostnames resolved on my LAN. I
have a router which can tell me what devices are attached and what their
hostnames and ip addresses are, so isn't there some way that mount can access
that information to resolve the hostname ips? Anyway, the real problem with
KDE has been solved.
On Sunday 09 January 2005 19:31, Kevin Krammer wrote:
> On Friday 07 January 2005 16:47, C. Hurschler wrote:
> > Sorry, but I don't know what you mean by "can the hostname be resolved
> > by /etc/hosts".
> I meant "can the IP address associated with the hostname be resolved
> locally or does the machine have to contact a DNS server"
> > I don't have any hosts listed in /ets/hosts on the server, just what was
> > there by default:
> > 127.0.0.1 localhost athlon
> If athlon is your hostname everything in here is how it should be.
> Sometimes there is only "localhost" for 127.0.0.1 not the hostname as well,
> which can create problems when some network interface is not up (assuming
> that lo is always up).