help me pls!
rob0 at gmx.co.uk
Thu Jan 22 22:18:53 UTC 2004
In article <bujr75$163j$1 at sf1.isc.org>, ike lozada wrote:
> Tail f /var/log/messages
Unix is case-sensitive as you surely know, "Tail" != "tail". But I quote
you here anyway to point out a character set problem. Your hyphen is not
a hyphen ("-") for me. It's some 8-bit character which does not display
properly in my news reader.
> Loading configuration from /etc/named.conf'
> /etc/named.conf:9: unknown option zone'
> /etc/named.conf:13: unknown option zone'
Here too I saw unknown 8-bit characters, this time at the beginning of
the word, "zone". So my suspicion is that your editor has put in some
non-printing or other undesirable characters. Try using a Unix editor
without any locale variables set in the shell, and recreate the file.
BTW if this is the problem you may have similar issues in parsing the
/dev/rob0 - preferred_email=i$((28*28+28))@softhome.net
or put "not-spam" or "/dev/rob0" in Subject header to reply
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