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Re: Status report #1 of 17
From: venkat sanaka <venkatsanaka () gmail com>
Date: Tue, 28 Apr 2009 16:11:35 +0530

Thanks all for your replies.

On Tue, Apr 28, 2009 at 10:21 AM, Corey Chandler <lists () sequestered net>wrote:






Unfortunately I hit send before your second email came through-- it
explained the problem nicely.


That is a nasty problem; I'd say that the /etc/hosts solution is probably
the least painful solution, if (and only if) it works; I'd want to verify
that it didn't behave unexpectedly; I'm pretty certain that all host
resolution for externals occurs clientside, but I'd not stake my job on it.


   I will be trying out this method and let you know whether it worked out
without any unexpected behaviour.


Would standing up a shell account  / *nix server for him for a month or two
outside of his restrictive proxy server's jurisdiction be a viable option?


   I face this problem for next 2 weeks only, then i will be out of this
proxy server and will have a direct net connection
   during the coding period.Anyways i will not be that active for these 2
weeks because of my end semester exams.:)



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Corey Chandler / KB1JWQ
Living Legend / Systems Exorcist
Today's Excuse: Webmasters kidnapped by evil cult


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