Joshua Gimer wrote:
Make sure that the system has an entry for itself in /etc/hosts. This
will allow the system to boot up even if DNS is unavailable.
It was there, but the host name only. Not the FQDN. I KNEW that....
Ya know, it really doesn't help knowing the insides of all those RFCs.
The time sitting with Vixie, Mockapetris and others at an IETF bar. When
it comes down to it, you just have to do the work and dot those Is and
cross those Ts.
On Dec 27, 2007, at 8:29 AM, Robert Moskowitz wrote:
Ed Donahue wrote:
At startup, you will see a message that say Press I to run in
interactive mode, there you can reject starting sendmail when you
Now this is something to add to my Linux support/admin notes.
On Dec 27, 2007 10:03 AM, Robert Moskowitz < firstname.lastname@example.org
I am building a new server. It will be a temporary firewall of
I am well into the config, made a lot of changes; almost ready to
up in the target networks, but now....
The system hangs trying to start sendmail. I was thinking hard about
disabling sendmail, but thought I needed it for internal
did not. yet.
So is there someway to get the system working so I can change
like disable sendmail?
The system has no cdrom, diskette, etc. In fact the kybd/monitor
require a special temp setup. Perhaps I can edit the kernel line in
grub to disable something?
If necessary, I can pull the drive and put it in a system that does
support cdrom. That is the way I did the initial harddrive install.
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