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?
I have a few remote servers which I connect to through the terminal. The servers don't have a domain, only an IP address which is hard to remember when I got a few of them. Is there a way to ...
I messed up my /etc/hosts and /etc/resolv.conf files, now my network doesn't work. How can I reset it?
I tweaked my system by installing ftp server and a dns server. I think in the process I messed up resolv.conf and the hosts file. Now I want to restore it but am not able to do so. I am using ...
I have been having problems with this for a while and have tried everything I know, so I figured it was finally time to ask for some help. Any edit I make to /etc/hosts just doesn't work. Example: ...
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 ...
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 ...
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!
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 ...
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 ...
Whenever I use sudo, I get this: sudo: unable to resolve host dave00-G31M-ES2L Here is my /etc/hosts: dave00@dave00-G31M-ES2L:~$ cat /etc/hosts 127.0.0.1 localhost 127.0.1.1 dave00-G31M-ES2 # ...
I have upgraded to Ubuntu 12.10 and I have made entries in /etc/hosts, but instead of looking into the hosts file, queries to my configured DNS server are being made first. How can I make Ubuntu ...