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In the linux environment, the process followed by the OS for converting domain names into ip numbers is:
A./etc/host.conf, and any or all of hosts, dns, or nis.
B./etc/resolv.conf, and any or all of hosts, dns, or nis.
C./etc/resolv.conf, and any or all of hosts, bind, or nis.
D./etc/resolv.conf, and any or all of hosts, dig, or nis.
E./etc/host.conf, and any or all of hosts, bind, or nis.
Incorrect Answer No such thing here as DNS. The usual name is bind.
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Incorrect Answer resolv.conf is a related file, but this defined the names of the nameservers and the search domains. No such thing here as DNS. The usual name is bind.
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Incorrect Answer resolv.conf is a related file, but this defined the names of the nameservers and the search domains.
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Incorrect Answer resolv.conf is a related file, but this defined the names of the nameservers and the search domains. No such thing here as dig. The usual name is bind.
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Correct Answer Good.
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