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How can I automate my usage of three VM machines with the same alias?

How do I automate my usage of three VM machines which require me to add a IP aliased to a name in my HOSTS file. I upload code to the server of choice and then I go to the address http:/ / ...
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Hosts entry does not take effect

I am working on windows 7. I have successfully added entries on my hosts file before and it worked fine. 10.10.10.10 me.mysite.com But different website was given to me like this (Similar looking): ...
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Allow all websites for administrator account and block all websites (but a few) for limited accounts

At my work we have a PC which runs Windows XP and is used by all employees. This PC is mainly used for our company website: a trailer booking website. At the moment there is one account: an ...
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machine ignoring host file?

So I can ping the IP address for the server I need but when I ping it by name, the server name is followed by an incorrect IP address. My host file is updated, I can communicate with my machine from ...
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Firefox not taking note of /etc/hosts?

I've set foo.com to 127.0.0.1 in my /etc/hosts file in (located here on Windows: C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts). Though Chrome loads foo.com with the one hosted locally on port 80, Firefox ...
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Corrupted data from terminal to Host

Ive got a terminal which sends data to a host that is wrapped with <stx> and <etx>. However when it enters the network it always has 5/6 bytes of junk data in place of the <stx> and ...
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DNS resolves without adding the host IP and name to etc/ hosts file

Is there any way to resolves host-name without added to hosts file? In order to access internal site in my company I have to add the host-name and IP in the .../etc/hosts file. Is there any way to ...
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hostname and hostname -s differ

My /etc/hostname has: name.domain.net Previously, it was: old.domain2.net If I do hostame I get name.domain.net. But doing hostname -s returns old. According to the man page: -s, --short ...
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Automated Windows host -> IP resolution over subnet on Mac

I have a few Windows computers and two Mac computers all on the same router. The Windows computers can find each other by hostname just fine, so for example a UNC path of \\HOSTNAME\SHARE would ...
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Modifying .profile for SSH rules

I wish to create the following script in .profile, so each SSH session would go directly into its place: Check the specified host (user@host). If host = host1 -- cd /var/www/site1 etc. Help! :)
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I've lost rights to edit files in folder etc

C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts I'm updating the hosts file on regular basis but suddenly it stopped working and now asks for admin rights even though I am administrator. I've modified and ...
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DNS Client Event 1012: Error reading local hosts file

My notebook boots extreme slowly and shows loads of the following error in the event log: Error reading local hosts file Source: DNS Client Events EventID: 1012 The computer is quite new, I kind ...
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Hosts entry for a fileserver don't work, why? [duplicate]

I have several entries in my hosts file (c:\windows\system32\drivers\etc\hosts) for some servers with MS SQL Server. Does this work for fileservers (a first quick tests failed, Why)? Edit: Access ...
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Is modifying /etc/hostname enough to change the hostname?

I was setting the hostname on my Linux machine with below steps: echo "ABCD" > /etc/hostname hostname -F /etc/hostname Exit from terminal or reboot system Now I can see the new hostname. Now my ...
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Split HOSTS file used by Microsoft TCP/IP for Windows

I have a file called hosts located at: %systemroot%\system32\drivers\etc I want to create two partial file of a single one. So that, I can add my entries each time to a new file without having ...
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60 minutes, BIG DATA in marketing pruppose

I just saw a episode with 60 minutes US and there was an sequence with all the "social media" that's going on today - that they saving information about all their the users. And then i found ...
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Add 'www' entry to /etc/hosts

Using Windows and JetBrains IDEA; and trying to serve a hard coded .zip file for scala, since IDEA's plugin is hard-coded to a non-existent location on scala-lang.org. So I've added: 127.0.0.1 ...
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Point Multiple IP Addresses to a Single Host Name

Is it possible to have a single host name with multiple IP addresses? The hostname will be used to access a box in LAN with 192.168.x.y and from outside with IP w.x.y.z which is portforwarded to that ...
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Can not access www.websaru.com

I am unable to access the website www.websaru.com. I'm in China, is the website blocked? I don't think so, because it is not a sensitive website. How can I access it? Please help.
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Using a custom /etc/hosts, what IP address should I use to instantly time out? I'm running a web server on localhost

I was wondering what I should use. I have tried 129.0.0.1 which times out fairly quickly when I try to access it in a web browser but when loading a page with ads, there is a significant slowdown. ...
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Virtual machine and virus on Host [closed]

The answer should be obvious but I ask anyway. If the host is virus infected with a keylogger and you do sensitive stuff on a virtual linux client, that information is being logged by the keylogger. ...
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Changing my hosts file won't work

A while ago, I messed with my hosts file and it worked just fine. Then I wanted to undo my changes, so instead of deleting the entries, I completely restored the hosts file using one of Microsoft's ...
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Why svchost suchost is running in cmd mode but not in taskmanager

If we go to task manager and check, there seems to be no svchost/suchost process running. However, if we check in cmd mode, using the command TASKLIST, it shows a list of hosts that are running ...