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#1377 fixed 12.04.3 is going to break the world jdreed jdreed

Reported by jdreed, 11 years ago.

Description

Ubuntu's ongoing effort to remove "stability" from the list of reasons to run an LTS continues, and we're back at a different version of #1297, in that OpenAFS modules won't build on the raring-lts-whatever kernels.

#245 workaround 127.0.1.1 breaks 3partysw license managers alexp

Reported by alexp, 15 years ago.

Description

On Apr 3, 2009, at 6:07 PM, Anders Kaseorg wrote:

127.0.1.1 zippy zippy.mit.edu is denied, but 127.0.1.1 zippy.mit.edu is allowed.

This probably happens because hostname -i will be 127.0.1.1 in the former case, but 18.142.4.128 in the latter case. So this is another manefestation of the known problem with 127.0.1.1.

Thanks for the information; we really need to solve the problem though; do we do that by making sure all hosts on those lines are fully qualified?

To be clear, the problem is not that there is a non-fully-qualified hostname in /etc/hosts. The problem is that because your kernel’s hostname is zippy, which is resolved by /etc/hosts to 127.0.1.1, license managers that have a client-side ACL of IP addresses (like 18.*) get confused.

If, as you did, you take zippy out of /etc/hosts (leaving only zippy.mit.edu), then zippy is resolved by DNS to 18.142.4.128 using the search path and servers in /etc/resolv.conf, and the license manager presumably becomes less confused.

A better client-side workaround is to put the right IP address in /etc/hosts:

18.142.4.128 zippy zippy.mit.edu

which is what I think the Ubuntu installer does if you configure it with a static IP address at install time. (For the cluster machines, we currently don’t.)

We are currently discussing possible solutions on zephyr.

#423 wontfix 2-up printing from evince to lprng doesn't work geofft

Reported by geofft, 14 years ago.

Description

I printed my bio pset twice from evince with 2-up printing selected in the second tab, and using "Print to LPR" with lpr -Zduplex as the command, and I got it 1-up both times.

I've gotten this to work before, but I think I used either Adobe Reader or CUPS.

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