An /etc/ file that lists the hosts on a network (/etc/hosts ).

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'/etc/hosts' , http links are redirecting, but https links are not redirecting

I edited /etc/hosts file and entered below information : 127.0.0.1 test.com //working 127.0.0.1 https://test.com //not working . from the above info, http://test.com is redirecting to ...
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Resolve specific IP addresses to localhost in 12.04 [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: How do I add a DNS server via resolv.conf? I used to simply add static DNS entries in my /etc/hosts file. This is not working with 12.04. How does one add static DNS ...
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how to block specific domains in hosts file?

I know hot to block single tumblr blog with 127.0.1.1 something.tumblr.com but I want to block entire tumblr. I tried 127.0.1.1 tumblr.com but it's not working. Is there a way to do this?
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Hosting my domain name in 12.04 web server

In sites-available I created a new file from the default file and changed paths. In sites-enabled I created a sym link. In hosts I added the new domain after 127.0.0.1 localhost restarted apache but ...
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/etc/hosts modification does not work properly. What to do?

I have added these lines to the hosts file: 127.0.0.1 localhost adobe.com 127.0.0.1 adobe.com It works perfectly on windows. But in Ubuntu 11.10 when I try to access it using Firefox the website ...
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Is there a GUI for /etc/hosts that I can use?

I want to be able to easily and frequently edit my hosts file from a quick GUI. Any one know of one that exists? Thanks!
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localhost subdomain wildcard

I'm trying to have *.localhost pointing at 127.0.0.1. I read this post which is quite recent and looks promising but dnsmasq can't bind port 53: * Starting DNS forwarder and DHCP server dnsmasq ...
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Ubuntu hostname on lan config

My host computer is Windows 7 64. I have VirtualBox with an Ubuntu 10.04 Server x64 running as guest. My Ubuntu Guest has an ip of 192.168.1.104. I have openssh installed on the guest. I can ssh ...
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why is chrome resolving domain names differently than ping which is resolving differently than ssh?

When I go to me.com in chrome it tells me that domain can't be found. When I go to me.com with ssh, it connects to that server. When I try to ping me.com it pings localhost. I want me.com to ...
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Access Wiki installation on Host from Virtual Server

Recently I set up a Dokuwiki installation on Ubuntu Server in VirtualBox. My host OS is Ubuntu 11.10. Till date I was using NAT configuration for my VirtualBox. Since today I decided to use Host-only ...
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How can I keep my custom entry in /etc/hosts?

Since I upgraded my laptop to Ubuntu 11.10 32-bit, the entry I add to /etc/hosts for my home server keeps disappearing on boot. I have to edit the hosts file every time I start up and want to access ...
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Network configuration: resolv.conf and hosts

I read This manual and I'm a little confused. This is what I don't undetstand: When your system tries to resolve a hostname to an IP address or determine the ostname for an IP address, it refers to ...
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How do I properly set up and secure a production LAMP Server?

It's very hard to find comprehensive information on this subject. Either I found short tutorials on how you perform the installation, as simple as "apt-get install apache2", or outdated tutorials. So ...
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“Lock” one specific file so that I nor root no longer have access to it any more

To combat procrastination, I edit my /etc/hosts file by adding time-wasting websites and pointing them to localhost. However, the flesh is weak and I often find myself reverting my changes. I was ...
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Default permission of hosts file

I changed the permissions of my host file /etc/hosts by doing a chmod og+w. What's the default permission so that I can switch it back?
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How to SCP a file from Mac -> Ubuntu VirtualBox?

I have a Mac (OS X) and a VirtualBox running Ubuntu. I want to SCP a 500mb file from the Mac to the VirtualBox. How do I do this? (Probably something to do with /etc/hosts?)
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How can I get the Default files .. Networks / Hosts / resolve / and whatever else I changed to try and get up my webserver?

Does anyone have the original.. Default Hosts File, Resolve File.. and networks file? Please someone help me get these back to normal so I can put up a web-server. I'm tired, just to set up a ...
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editing apache vhosts and ubuntu hosts file?

I have just installed ubuntu (11.04). I have installed apache/mysql/php etc. I have a few sites sitting in /var/www/site1 /var/www/site2 /var/www/site3 I want to be able to access these at ...
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What would cause 'ping localhost' to fail?

the /etc/hosts file contains a line: 127.0.0.1 localhost so localhost should be a valid hostname, but any attempt to connect to a port on localhost fails, including ping. Connection attempts into ...
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Domain name isn't assigned from DHCP when booting from Live CD

I downloaded the ubuntu 10.10 ISO image for AMD64. When i start the ISO ubuntu gets an IP address from my DHCP server. NetworkManager updates /etc/resolv.conf according to the DNS config provided by ...
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Why does my name resolution hit the DNS even with a hosts file entry?

I'm running Ubuntu 10.04.2 LTS Desktop. Being a web developer, naturally I created a "me.com" in my /etc/hosts file. Unfortunately, my name resolution is going out to the DNS before first checking my ...
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How to edit hosts.deny and hosts.allow?

I want to block some hosts in Ubuntu, so how could I edit hosts.deny file to block some hosts like example.com. And one more thing I have installed dnsmasq in Ubuntu, so can I check the entries of ...
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How can I prevent Desktop Users from accessing any online website?

How can I prevent Desktop Users from accessing any online website? I tried 127.0.0.1 * in /etc/hosts but it didn't do the trick. Please note that I need to keep http://localhost fully functional. ...
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Where should I place aliases for localhost?

I often need to use aliases for localhost (127.0.0.1) for my development work of websites, such that I can access them locally while routed via apaches virtual host concept. In the past I have always ...