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    jon_p
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    locating my dns server
    How can I find my DNS server addresses from my Mac running Tiger

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon_p
    How can I find my DNS server addresses from my Mac running Tiger
    Call your ISP

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    jon_p
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    I am running on my school's connection

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    find out who your admin is, ask him.

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    In terminal, tpye "cat /etc/resolv.conf" and hit return

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    jon_p
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    I have tried that a few times, keep getting the same problem:

    -bash: cat/etc/resolv.conf: No such file or directory

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    Quote Originally Posted by jon_p
    I have tried that a few times, keep getting the same problem:

    -bash: cat/etc/resolv.conf: No such file or directory
    try on terminal
    cd /etc Hit enter
    ls -al Hit enter
    Check whether you can find resolve.conf. If yes,

    cat resolve.conf Hit enter

    Don't forget the space between cat & resolve.conf and cd & /etc

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    Kokopelli
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    Quote Originally Posted by jon_p
    I have tried that a few times, keep getting the same problem:

    -bash: cat/etc/resolv.conf: No such file or directory

    it is "cat"<space>"/etc/resolv.conf" itl looks like you did not include the space after the command "cat"

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    jon_p
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    sweet, the space worked. thanks everyone

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