[cvsnt] Need help with cvslock (reposted)
glen.starrett at march-hare.com
Wed Nov 29 19:33:11 GMT 2006
Mauro Maniforti wrote:
> Simply adding 127.0.0.1 fix the problem. This seem to force the use of host
> file or any local trick to resolve host names. Honestly is not clear to me
> why this was a problem, if someone can exmplain me more it will be very
That entry is there by default! By removing it in the first place you
effectively broke your own networking.
I was able to reproduce the behavior on my notebook by editing my
system32\drivers\etc\hosts file (commenting out the localhost line) and
turning off my wireless adapter. If either the line in the hosts file
or the adapter are on, then it works properly.
Conclusion: Leave the default entry in your hosts file alone. AFAIK
even unix machines have a hosts file with the localhost entry in them,
and it is required for proper operation of the machine.
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