Hi, I have a problem with named in my LAN. My notebook is sometimes attached to this network and sometimes not.
Everything works well when the network cable is plugged-in. Without the network cable (same network settings), the following happens: - sendmail is waiting for timeout while booting (ok, this is actually not a big problem, just a little bit annoying) - host anyhost needs 30 seconds to return with a timeout - starting any X-application takes 2 minutes 30 seconds till it appears on the local display Remarks about X: - XFree86 is configured not to accept TCP connections - the problem above does not occur when running the X-server without a WM and with twm (affects KDE, Gnome, Xfce) Why does the resolver need 30 seconds to look up a host when named is offline? Isn't it possible to configure it to react on "no route to host" (for named's IP) correctly? Something has changed with XFree, which since recently looking up hosts (localhost?) when starting an X-application. How do I turn it off? I'm running -CURRENT (2004/07/01). Martin _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"