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Re: FTP / Web / Mail Server
Before i would do any upgrading, i would try to get the out of the box
install running. I installed OpenBSD 3.0 arround 30 times from the CD
on different hardware and each time it worked perfectly. So, i don't
believe there is a issue with the release. It is kind of more a human
Edit your /etc/hosts file and add the IP's then take a look at your
It was explained here on the list several times in the last couple days.
> I was trying to ssh 192.168.0.100, and no I didn't edit /etc/host and
> resolv.conf, I didn't touch anything in the machine..
> I thought it might be some known issue in the release, so I tried to
> anonymously and grap the stable source and recompile.. but that was
> me for some password.. I will be sending a full detaild message to the
> mailing list about this after this reply.
> >From: "Peter" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >To: "Richard Russell" <email@example.com>, <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> >CC: <email@example.com>
> >Subject: Re: FTP / Web / Mail Server
> >Date: Fri, 8 Mar 2002 12:45:44 -0500
> >how did you ssh?
> >ssh mybox or
> >ssh 192.168.0.100
> >i bet it is hanging if you try ssh mybox which means it is a dns
> >did you edit /etc/host and resolv.conf?
> > > Well, gentleman-know-it-all, here is how I installed and
> > > machine:
> > > Booting by [floppy30.fs] floppy disk, after selecting Install,
> > > entire sd0 disk as a root disk, labling 256m for /, 320m for
> >64m for
> > > /tmp, 128m for /var, 512m for /usr, and the rest for /home. It
> >if I
> > > want to configure the network, and I seleceted Y (since I am going
> > > install over FTP)
> > >
> > > (..snip..)
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