This may be offtopic, but my FreeBSD laptop is the only one I can test this on, so apologies if it is OT.
I use Mozilla on my 4.8 laptop. Whenever I switch IP addresses, which is frequent, as I use my computer both in the office and at home (and on trips, etc.), Mozilla becomes unable to resolve any sites it hasn't previously hit. I just get an endless, "Resolving host www.nytimes.com" note in the corner. The only way around this is to quit and restart the browser. Frankly, this is a pain in the ass, as I usually have six or more tabs open at once, each containing something I need, and I don't want to re-open everything every time I move the computer. Is there any way around this? I didn't see anything obvious in the Mozilla docs. Thanks. Jesse Sheidlower _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"