I'm at a loss as to how my Red Hat 3.03 is SUPPOSED to find a FQDN.
And it doesn't. And I can't get anything out of giving 127.0.0.1, or
my ever-changing IP-number, to Arena or Netscape. Now, control panel
has a tool where I configure it like name "froz", domain "algonet.se"
and FQDN "froz.algonet.se". But that doesn't do it. Also I don't
understand WHERE this tool is supposed to put in "froz.algonet.se",
which anyway isn't a "real" FQDN.
I have got a bare minimum of network parameters in the scripts.
Actually all I need for my Pap-ppp is domain and nameservers in
resolv.conf. Ifconfig tells me about my temporary ip-number when I'm
Read somewhere sometime that this is a common problem having to do
with a fault in the routing in the scripts, or with the loopback, but
I can't find this text anywhere.
My goal is to run Apache, and send my ever-changing Ip-number to my
homepage on the ISP-provider. Actually I got all of that running on
another operative system.