Networking config

M.Canales.es manuel at linuxfromscratch.org
Thu Jul 15 14:41:07 PDT 2004


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El Jue 15 Jul 2004 23:31, Matthew Burgess escribió:

> > The curly braces are part of the replaceable text. In al sites where
> > there is a repleaceable text, in both LFS and BLFS, that text is
> > wrapper bethewn curly braces.
>
> I thought replaceable items were marked with square braces ('[' and
> ']')?

Ouch, missed curly with square :-/

Kevin, is right, in our /etc/resolv.conf there are both the curly & square 
braces. What the curly braces means?

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