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What is /etc/host.conf

>>>>> "l" == linuxguy  <linuxguy at> writes:

l> On RedHat 6.x & 7.x there's this /etc/host.conf file....
l> What uses it?

Not terribly helpful, I know, but on this 6.2 box:

$ rpm -qf /etc/host.conf 

rpm -ql setup shows that setup contains a bunch of general /etc
configuration files, such as hosts.allow/deny, profile, etc.


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