[EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: > > > "nyana sm-mta: My unqualified host name (nyana) unknown; > > > sleeping for retry" > > > > ... sendmail expects your machine to have working DNS and for > > the machine to have a valid FQDN. Either set that up, or add > > sendmail_enable="NONE" to /etc/rc.conf to disable sendmail ... > > There is another approach, which is to ignore the message. After > something like 3 repetitions, at something like a minute apart, > it will give up on qualifying its name. Everything seems to work > just fine thereafter until the next boot, when the entire > sequence repeats.
Respectfully, my gut reaction is this is, if not /bad/ practice, at least not /good/ practice. The requirements for geting sendmail to behave (at least in this regard) are not particularly onerous; why not just diagnose and fix the root problem? Robert Huff _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"