Can I setup nis hosts-map to case-insensitive ?

Can I setup nis hosts-map to case-insensitive ?

Post by Lothar Linhar » Wed, 08 Mar 2000 04:00:00

When running a freeBSD box as nis client,
I've realized that the hosts nis-map is used
case-sensitive by the C-call:

Requests answered by either a DNS server or by local /etc/hosts
are case-insentitive - only those answered by ypbind are case-sensitive.
Any idea, how to change that to case-insensitive ?



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