[Fwd: Fw: res_send() doesn't work with osquery enabled]
Fri Sep 17 07:41:00 GMT 2010
On Sep 17 09:03, Corinna Vinschen wrote:
> ----- Forwarded message from "Pierre A. Humblet" -----
> > | Sorry, an earlier answer was rejected due to inappropriate subject.
In theory, that should be fixed.
> > | After thinking about it, I don't like mixing calls to the Windows resolver
> > | for res_query and contacting DNS servers directly with res_send,
> > | as proposed. So I have a patch where res_send also uses the Windows
> > | resolver.
> > |
> > | Unfortunately although I can build cygwin1.dll fine, it's broken,
> > | something to do with a NULL stdout (this is from /bin/date)
> > | 1 thread 2588.0x4c0 fputc (ch=10, file=0x0)
> > | at ../../../../../src/newlib/libc/stdio/fputc.c:101
> > |
> > | Not sure what to do, I already did make clean for cygwin.
I don't know either. I have no such problem with CVS HEAD.
> > | Also minires used to come with a README explaining the effect of
> > | an optional /etc/resolv.conf (e.g. to bypass the Windows resolver).
> > | That information is not present currently [ and nobody asks for it :) ]
> > | I wonder if we should add it and where to place it. One option is the
> > | User's Guide. Another option is a custom resolv.conf man page.
> > | What do you think?
The User's Guide would be a good place, IMHO.
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