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redhat--config-network corrupts my hosts-file



Hello OS: Linux RedHat Enterprise WS 3 My hostsfile is beeing coruppted when I open "redhat--config-network" and click on "save". It just deletes some of the lines in /etc/hosts and adds some #################### lines. I use to modify the hosts file in a text editor, however, I also make some configurations in the network configuration tool. No entry should be lost when working with the graphical tool.
Does someone have a suggestion how to get rid of that problem?
Thanks!
Marcel

Below you can see the first part of my hostsfile # ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- ------------- 127.0.0.1 localhost localhost.localdomain # Do not change this line!!! # ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- -------------
#
149.236.99.1	ASP_ST2			# Second Ethernet Card
149.236.99.99 spect av300 av400 av500 av600 av700 av800 av900 # EthernetCard on CCU (Console)
150.205.48.6    deliver        	        # Address for delivering
# Cut here before delivering. Do not change this line, used for script! #
#########################################################################
#               File:      /etc/hosts            (Master file on CSWEB) #
#               Version:   2003-11-11 MAF                               #
#               Save old version as /etc/hosts.XX.old                   #
#########################################################################
#150.205.2.1			# Prim. DNS Server
#150.205.2.2			# Sec.  DNS Server
150.205.2.10	relay 		#
150.205.2.11	cs timemaster   # O2 Mail- und WWW-Server
150.205.128.40	gateway 	# Firewall
150.205.1.51    zfs2            # Novell Server (IPX)
#192.168.1.10    bruker.ch       # neuer domain server
150.205.108.53  p622            # license server 1
150.205.2.24    znt3		# license server 2
150.205.2.29 znt9 # license server 3



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