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Jacek Kryczka

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Feb 15, 1996, 3:00:00 AM2/15/96
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I would like to use AWS95 with A/UX as a mail hub.
How can I configure sendmail and named to catch messages sending to
address us...@pacific.torun.pl. My domain is pacific.torun.pl. The name
of the server is AWS95. Now the people can send messages to our domain
only in this way us...@aws95.pacific.torun.pl. I want to remove the
string "aws95". Have anybody any idea ?

brian d. foy

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Feb 15, 1996, 3:00:00 AM2/15/96
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using A/UX 3.0


when i add a new user, default startup files (.cshrc, etc) are copied in
to the new user directory. i want to replace these files, but i can't
find where they are... (i've used `find` to no avail).

any help is appreciated...

tia, brian

Bernt Guldbrandtsen

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Feb 16, 1996, 3:00:00 AM2/16/96
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Thus spake "brian d. foy" <com...@computerdog.com>:

>using A/UX 3.0


>when i add a new user, default startup files (.cshrc, etc) are copied in
>to the new user directory. i want to replace these files, but i can't
>find where they are... (i've used `find` to no avail).

Here's a quote from the man-page for adduser:

A new home directory is created, if necessary, and copies of
various startup files (.cshrc, .kshrc, .login, .logout, and
.profile) are placed there. The source of these copied
files are files that reside in /usr/lib/skel.

In /usr/lib/skel you'll find:

README std.kshrc std.logout std.profile
std.cshrc std.login std.mailrc

Hope this helps.

Bernt

Bernhard Fuerst

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Feb 19, 1996, 3:00:00 AM2/19/96
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In article <4fuv8e$b...@Waldemar.mat.uni.torun.pl>, Jacek Kryczka
<jkry...@aws95.pacific.torun.pl> wrote:

You have to add a resource record to your DNS database:

pacific.torun.pl IN MX 10 aws95.pacific.torun.pl

After this restart your named.

best regards
Bernhard

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