[Dnsmasq-discuss] dnsmask problems/questions

Tom Metro tmetro+dnsmasq at gmail.com
Fri Aug 7 17:41:26 BST 2009

JD wrote:
> Well, turns out NO. Only dnsmasq is the process doing that:

OK, good. Did you read over the message I referenced and the bug it 
linked to? The evidence so far suggests you're experiencing something 
different, but the symptoms you describes are a very close match, so I'd 
still double check that the system isn't running one of the other common 
DNS proxies or servers, like bind.


Tom Metro
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