Re: QPopper "warning"
>> I've been getting the following message in /var/log/messages ever since
>> installed qpopper on my system:
>> Dec 2 13:09:35 inetgw in.qpopper: (v2.2) Unable to get canonical
>> name of client, err = 0
>Interesting. I wouldn't think what you did would fix it. The api for
>name/IP lookup makes it transparent to the program whether /etc/hosts
>or DNS is used. This is all done in the c library (gethostbyname(),
Well, that's what I thought. That's why I was *totally* suprised when all
of a sudden I wasn't getting those log entries any more.... It took me a
while to track down my changes to figure out what "fixed" it.
>The only weird thing is that the error indicates that the *client's*
>canonical name couldn't be found. I could see the being the case only
>if the users were running a pop client from "main.DN".
And that's why, in causually troubleshooting this problem in the past, I
never considered that the problem was even on the local system.... I
thought it was some NetBIOS thing or something bizarre.... But, things
were working, so I've been ignoring it....
Oh, and the box is not used at the console - no monitor/kb even attached.
Anyway, just thought I'd post and see if anyone had any comments....
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