Re: making Samba work [not yet, it turns out]

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On Friday 05 August 2005 12:15 pm, Alexander Dalloz wrote:
> > That's actually my housemate's machine. I haven't discussed that machine,
> > because it's only using my firewall for routing to the interenet. There's
> > no intention to network it locally.
>
> Ok, but hiding information could confuse ;)
>
Was a judgment call. Most of the time, I don't even see him because he only 
turns on that pc for a few minutes a day. Suggestion noted. 
>
> Ok, it seems obvious that "studypc" is always resolved as "studypc.com"
> which has a public reachable IP.
>
> $ host studypc.com
> studypc.com has address 208.254.3.160
>
> ...................................................... I would more focus on
> the network (like DNS) than on the Samba / SMB part. Is more left over
> than to get "StudyPC" act "normally"?
>

I think you're right. I shall continue my research on DNS when I get home. Is 
there a way to flush the DNS cache, and is there more than one cache, do you 
know? 
-- 
Claude Jones
Bluemont, VA, USA


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