lane at joeandlane.com
Thu Oct 26 04:00:36 UTC 2006
On Wednesday 25 October 2006 22:59, Z. Wade Hampton wrote:
> Greetings to all,
> And, please forgive me if this is a bone-head question(s).
> I'm running, once again after 4 years, freebsd 4.2.
> In KDE, with netscape or kfm I can only access my own web domain, which is
> No matter what else I put into the URL box and submit, it trys to find the
> other URLs, but then resorts back to www.oldpathsbaptistchurch.org.
> I must have done something wrong in initial setup/config, but after
> checking through lots of stuff, I see no reason for this to happen.
> Also, I get STOP error code 1s when I try to make lynx from the ports
> Could someone have a little pity on this old stoner from the 60's and lend
> some advice?
> Thanks in advance,
> Z. Wade Hampton
> Sheridan, Montana
> UNIX PINE 4.21
Uhm, hey, old stoner!
Is there any chance you could upgrade? 4.2 Rocked, but we're pushing 7.0,
Check out /etc/resolve.conf
Make sure that it references a valid upstream dns server. Check out "man
resolv.conf" to finger out what it does. It did the same in 4.2.
What happens when you do a "nslookup oldpathsbaptistchurch.org" from
a "shell"? Does it tell you anything about "15111 N. Hayden Rd., Ste 160,
PMB 353" in Arizona?
I learned on 4.2, so I think I can help you. And please forgive me if I keep
saying "upgrade." But ...
I can show you how.
Love and kisses!
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