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Re: dfports/www/firefox doesn't build :(

From: Raphael Marmier <raphael@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 05 Apr 2005 23:44:13 +0200

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The issue was indeed the adsl router. For some reason, it takes ages to 
answer to that box. I changed the nameserver in resolv.conf and the 
problem went away.


Raphael Marmier wrote:
> I just upgrade to current as of yesterday evening but the problem persists.
> I will investigate later this week-end. Thanks for the help!
> Raphael
> Bill Hacker wrote:
>> Raphael Marmier wrote:
>>> No, I am alone on my adsl line, and everything works fine seen from 
>>> my PC and my Mac.
>>> I tried to add an entry for the gateway in /etc/hosts, but it didn't 
>>> work.
>>> Raphael
>> Well..... I built the 27 MAR 11;30 STABLE iso a few days ago
>> set it to DHCP, it found *and* wrote both of the
>> correct upstream's DNS resolvers into /etc/resolv.conf..
>> lynx and Moz work fine (GNOME 2.8 or Xfce4 ... don't even
>> *think* about GNOME 2.10).
>> Later set it to, with defaultrouter of
>> and it took its place as the DMZ / bastion server the upstream has
>> open for me.  That still works also, mails daily logs, and accepts
>> ssh from outside, so I still believe your problem is external to 
>> DragonFly.
>> Bill

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