At 14:29 08/03/2001 +0000, Niall O Broin wrote:
>On Thu, Mar 08, 2001 at 01:34:20PM +0000, John P . Looney wrote:
> > Check /etc/sysconfig/network and /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg*
>>As we're on that, can anyone defend this way of doing things ? When I came
>to Linux first this confused the f**k out of me.
Yes - its damn easy to change network settings without neccesitating a
reboot. Which is really useful when trying to add IP addresses remotely.
Of course, if you want to run a routing daemon under Linux, it might be
different, but thats what I have Cisco's for so I can't comment.
Not that I've ever used SunOS, so I can't comment.
But the thing that really, really, really bugs me is the default sendmail
installation (which I don't usually have running). Which when it's
connecting to remote servers goes
MAIL FROM: <user at localhost.localdomain>
Which my real mail servers anti spam filtering doesn't like.
Must make up a stock exim binary and conf for RH6.2.
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