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Re: [opensuse] Qué 127.0.1.1 malo?

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Qué 127.0.1.1 malo?
From: Anton Aylward <opensuse@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Mon, 02 Apr 2012 07:48:06 -0400
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*lynn Dijo el siguiendo en 04/02/2012 02:59 AM:
> *El 02/04/12 02:10, Carlos *E. *R. *escribió:
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>> En 2012-04-01 22:53, *lynn escribió:
>>> *El 01/04/12 22:35, Carlos *E. *R. *escribió:
>>
>>
>> No puedes asignar 127.0.1.1 a cualquier cliente, que no trabajará.

+1

> he asignado 127.0.1.1 a cada cliente:
> 127.0.1.1 anfitrión.Anfitrión de ámbito
> 
> es la manera única sé para conseguir el *gss *daemon para conseguir el *fqdn del 
> cliente que utiliza *DHCP.

Cuál consigue atrás al asunto de ti "no tiene el DNS montó correctamente".
Así que su no la *manera* ÚNICA.


> Tomé la ventaja *frm *Ubuntu quiénes asignan que dirección después de un *default 
> instalar cuál produce esto:
> 
> 127.0.0.1 *localhost
> 127.0.1.1 el-ordenador-nombre-tú-dio-él-dentro-*setup

Aquello es diferente de nombrar cada anfitrión "de ordenador.Anfitrión de ámbito"

Justo porque *ubuntu  no lo hace correcto para Usos y no lo
hace bien en general.  Si quieres hacer cosas el *Ubuntu manera, entonces
bien, uso *ubuntu y cuándo no trabaja para *ubuntu lo levanta en
un *ubuntu lista; esto es para *openSuse y la manera *openSuse hace cosas.





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lynn said the following on 04/02/2012 02:59 AM:
> El 02/04/12 02:10, Carlos E. R. escribió:
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>> On 2012-04-01 22:53, lynn wrote:
>>> El 01/04/12 22:35, Carlos E. R. escribió:
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>>
>> You can not assign 127.0.1.1 to any client, that will not work.

+1

> I have assigned 127.0.1.1 to every client:
> 127.0.1.1 host.domain host
> 
> It is the only way I know to get the gss daemon to get the fqdn of the 
> client using DHCP.

Which gets back to the issue of "you don't have DNS set up properly".
So its not the *ONLY* way.


> I took the lead frm Ubuntu who assign that address after a default 
> install which produces this:
> 
> 127.0.0.1 localhost
> 127.0.1.1 the-computer-name-you-gave-it-in-setup

That's different from naming every computer "host.domain host"

Just because ubuntu does it doesn't make it right for Uses and doesn't
make it right in general.  If you want to do things the Ubuntu way, then
fine, use ubuntu and when it doesn't work for ubuntu raise it on a
ubuntu list; this is for openSuse and the way openSuse does things.





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One trend that bothers me is the glorification of stupidity, that the
media is reassuring people it's all right not to know anything. That
to me is far more dangerous than a little pornography on the Internet.
- Carl Sagan
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