ralfv at ralfv.de
Fri Jul 13 16:41:13 PDT 2001
Bruce Dubbs wrote:
> David A. Bandel wrote:
>> You must be using BIND 9.x if it's complaining about being deprecated.
>> nslookup is part of bind, just get bind v8.2.3.
>> David A. Bandel
> You could also use:
> alias nslookup='nslookup -silent'
> to get rid of the complaining message.
> -- Bruce
-silent won`t help much more than disabling the message,
nslookup from bind9 is IMHO a complete piece of shit :-(
it seems to be rewritten, but totally crippled -> 'set q=any' doesn`t
they should have included the old version, if they already plan to
remove it from future releases, it makes no sense to me why they changed
it so massively. :-(
perhaps they should make nslookup to an interactive extension for 'dig'
shouldn`t be too hard.
just my 2 cents
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