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Oct
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comment Does Debian have any kind of virtual environment for make install?
I was thinking about it as the last solution. But I wanted to have something like chroot. But definitely your answer is 100% valid. Thanks.
Oct
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Oct
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comment Does Debian have any kind of virtual environment for make install?
I haven't tried but it looks the most suitable solution for me
Oct
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accepted Does Debian have any kind of virtual environment for make install?
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asked Does Debian have any kind of virtual environment for make install?
Sep
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Sep
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accepted Debian machine makes repeated requests to DNS for <gateway_ip>.in-addr.arpa
Sep
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answered Debian machine makes repeated requests to DNS for <gateway_ip>.in-addr.arpa
Sep
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revised Debian machine makes repeated requests to DNS for <gateway_ip>.in-addr.arpa
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Sep
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comment Debian machine makes repeated requests to DNS for <gateway_ip>.in-addr.arpa
Yes. I found a solution. I put a link in a comment to my post. As you said rsyslog should be executed with -x option.
Sep
14
comment Debian machine makes repeated requests to DNS for <gateway_ip>.in-addr.arpa
I think I found the answer. It is here.
Sep
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Sep
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comment Debian machine makes repeated requests to DNS for <gateway_ip>.in-addr.arpa
I made a mistake. Actually it tries to resolve not itself ip but gateway ip. But anyway it looks strange for me that Debian is trying to resolve gateway ip address in DNS.
Sep
14
comment Debian machine makes repeated requests to DNS for <gateway_ip>.in-addr.arpa
thanks. my mistake. Anyway 192.168.0.1 is a gateway ip address. Why does Debian need to resolve it?
Sep
14
comment Debian machine makes repeated requests to DNS for <gateway_ip>.in-addr.arpa
You are right. I just read netstat help more carefully and I found who did that. I ran netstat -u -a -n -W -c -p | grep 89.101.160.5 and I found that rsyslog was doing that. But I still do not understand why Debian is trying to make a dns request instead of saying to a requested application that it requests a host ip
Sep
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asked Debian machine makes repeated requests to DNS for <gateway_ip>.in-addr.arpa