Used the same host, same command as I did a year and half ago. works fine with the same os version. now it just won't run.. could had the host been screwed up? [by justwanttotalk]
on 04/10/2013 – Made popular on 04/10/2013
Im trying to write a script using the host command but its not working properly. I cant understand what Im doing wrong. When I use it at the command prompt, it works fine. But its being used actually in the script, it says its not found: 2 SERVFAIL. Can anyone help me? Here's what I have so far: no matter which way I've tried it, its not reading the IP address.
I have a weird ssh problem from host A to host B. Both hosts A and B running AIX 5.3.
if host-A has no
~/.ssh/id_rsa then it works fine. If I connect from host-A to host-B (as root user)
ssh host-B it asks for root password and allows me to get remote root prompt upon entering password.
Let's say there are two keys A and B, both of which are valid for user@host public key authentication. Since authorized_keys is configured for different behaviour depending on the key, ~/.ssh/config on the client uses something like
my fedora 18 install came with bind and bind utils already,
when i query for example
host -t ns google.com
it shows me google nameservers, but when i try dig google.com and also dig for ns or mx i always get the same result no matter what option i give to dig.
I have recently moved my Windows 2008 guest servers from OpenSuse 11.2 and Fedora 16 KVM host servers where they were working fine to a CentOS 6.2 KVM host. All the hosts have been configured with... [by Savaan]