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Re: reverse name lookup failed



I don't know if there is another way or not, but in order to get by this 
problem on my system, I had to add the host to DNS.

HTH,
Mike

On Tuesday 21 November 2000 00:56, you wrote:

> > hello everybody,
>
> after making a bootdisk using the bootnet.img on the redhat 6.2 cd-rom
> and making a correct ks.cfg file i get the following error
>
> * reverse name lookup failed
>
> in my ks.cfg i didn't define a name server, only an IP-address and a
> netmask
>
> network --bootproto static --ip 10.10.10.111 --netmask 255.255.255.0
>
> do you must have a nameserver/dns in your network, or can you in stall
> in without a name/dns-server.
>
>
>
>
> Erik de Mare

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