Why is this such a giant hassle? All I want to do is convert these three commands, pdnsd-ctl add cname localhost radioscanningtw.jidanni.org 99 pdnsd-ctl record radioscanningtw.jidanni.org delete pdnsd-ctl dump radioscanningtw.jidanni.org pdnsd-ctl dump #everything into their dnsmasq
/etc/hosts is prime On Fri, Dec 13, 2013 at 7:06 AM, jida...@jidanni.org wrote: Why is this such a giant hassle? All I want to do is convert these three commands, pdnsd-ctl add cname localhost radioscanningtw.jidanni.org 99 pdnsd-ctl record radioscanningtw.jidanni.org delete
I'm abit confused here about the request. He doesn't want to change system files so he can put everything in a shell script. Why can't one change system files from a shell script??? That said, given his hypothesis that he can't do it, I would say then the solution is simply to specify
On 12/12/13 14:57, Roy Marples wrote: Hi According to this: http://lists.thekelleys.org.uk/pipermail/dnsmasq-discuss/2013q3/007464.html This should work dhcp-host=id:00:01:00:01:XXX,[2a01:348:31:2::2],fred dhcp-host=id:00:01:00:01:XXX,[2a01:348:31:3::2],fred But it fails. I get the last
Different physical networks. If it matters both networks are plugged into the router via USB dongles. One goes into a wireless AP and the other into an Ethernet Over Power point. For the curious the box itself only has one physical ethernet port which is plugged into a PPPoE modem. For
OK I found a method to temporarily e.g., make doubleclick point to localhost or back, without changing any of the Debian dnsmasq default configuration: # ed /etc/hosts # /etc/init.d/dnsmasq restart Using instead switches mentioned on the man page probably requires editing /etc/dnsmasq.conf first.