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accepted DNS resolv conf issue - DNS doesn't resolve for certain internal addresses despite several name servers listed that can resolve
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comment DNS resolv conf issue - DNS doesn't resolve for certain internal addresses despite several name servers listed that can resolve
tried swapping them and it does work.
Apr
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comment DNS resolv conf issue - DNS doesn't resolve for certain internal addresses despite several name servers listed that can resolve
192.168.6.1 is not configured for the zone - it was previously, until the upstream setting was removed. What about if i swap the servers around, and make 10.10.11.5 the first one in the list?
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asked DNS resolv conf issue - DNS doesn't resolve for certain internal addresses despite several name servers listed that can resolve
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comment upgrade php from 5.2.14 (compiled from source) to 5.3 (through yum install)
Great answer. To remove the gunk use this command: mkdir /tmp/phpbuild3/; find -type f -exec mv /usr/local/{} /tmp/phpbuild3 \;. My /usr/local/ dir was the original prefix on my build (check your phpinfo(); output for the ./configure cmd. You can just copy and paste that, run it with the new prefix and this method works a charm Thank you!!
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accepted upgrade php from 5.2.14 (compiled from source) to 5.3 (through yum install)
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accepted Debian system won't boot due to corrupt file system