We're trying to install SOCKS on some of our systems and are having
The largest involves the DNS setup. We do not want to run DNS
on our internal machines, so I tried to set the SOCKS_DEFAULT_NS variable
in the source to the IP number of our firewall and DNS server, but it
doesn't appear to work. The SOCKS clients cannot resolve any names on their
own, but if I put a resolv.conf file on the system pointing to the same server,
the SOCKS clients work fine. Any ideas what I'm doing wrong here?
The other is relatively minor. On certain platforms we get the
following message upon startup of rftp or rtelnet:
ftp: setsockopt TOS (ignored): Not owner
I know where it's coming from, and how to get rid of it (for
whatever that's worth :-), but I really don't know what it's trying to
tell me, and whether I should be concerned. It doesn't appear to cause any
problems with either service functioning, though.
Any assistance would be appreciated,
Ken Shackelford (The Wizard of Odd) E-MAIL: Ken .
"A little rudeness and disrespect can elevate a meaningless interaction to
a battle of wills and add drama to an otherwise dull day."