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#1 2006-12-03 21:17:02

Phase
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From: USA
Registered: 2006-11-23
Posts: 23

lookup tool?

I've tried:
nslookup
host
dig

None work. I can't pacman -S (or -Q) them. Nor can I find bind in pacman.
What gives?


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#2 2006-12-03 21:41:35

slackhack
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Re: lookup tool?

dnsutils (dig, host, nslookup, etc):
http://www.archlinux.org/packages/8936/

bind:
http://www.archlinux.org/packages/4152/


you should be able to get them with pacman, they're in current.

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#3 2006-12-03 21:55:59

Phase
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Re: lookup tool?

got dnsutils, thanks!


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#4 2006-12-03 22:27:34

harlekin
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Registered: 2006-07-13
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Re: lookup tool?

Just in case you don't know (otherwise you would have found at least dnsutils): pacman -Ss nslookup is your friend. (:


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#5 2006-12-03 23:07:24

Phase
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Re: lookup tool?

I figure -Q would be enough, apparently not. Thanks.


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#6 2006-12-03 23:20:03

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Re: lookup tool?

-Q queries installed packages, -Ss searches the available packages.

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#7 2006-12-04 01:00:35

Phase
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From: USA
Registered: 2006-11-23
Posts: 23

Re: lookup tool?

Ahh. That would be why nothing worked..


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#8 2006-12-04 14:20:42

sh__
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Re: lookup tool?

'pacman -S host' should work, though.

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