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comment Debian 6 - Disk partitioning too long
Please mark this answer accepted and save some time for the next person to come here.. Debian 7 and still the case..
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accepted Why do DNS queries fail if the first nameserver is not recursive?
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comment Why do DNS queries fail if the first nameserver is not recursive?
didn't leak any of that :) although anyone want to guess can easily find the real details, but I try my best...
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reviewed Reviewed Locating files and displaying their owner
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revised Why do DNS queries fail if the first nameserver is not recursive?
more clarification...
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comment Why do DNS queries fail if the first nameserver is not recursive?
No, @Jenny it's not ours!!
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comment Why do DNS queries fail if the first nameserver is not recursive?
No no, the local domain name is identical to other one that is used on the internet but not ours. Say, for example, that our local domain is apple.com! P.S. I know that was a bad idea but it's the case already and is not subject to change now...