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Re: 'dig', 'nslookup' etc?
On Thu, 2 Oct 2003, Monique Y. Herman wrote:
> On Thu, 2 Oct 2003 08:49:04 -0800, Carlo Florendo <email@example.com> penned:
> > From: "Monique Y. Herman"
> >> What package would I need to get tools such as dig, nslookup, and
> >> friends?
> > AFAIK, those tools are not available in cygwin.
> Well, that's a bummer!
> >> And how would I determine that in the future without having to bother
> >> the list?
> > Go to http://cygwin.com/packages and start your search from there.
> > Say for example, you want to look for all files with the "foo" string, type
> > "foo" in the search box.
> That's what I tried. I was just hoping that I was messing up, rather
> than that there was no such thing.
> Thanks muchly!
Do you Google: <http://google.com/search?q=cygwin+nslookup>? ;-)
Also <http://google.com/search?q=cygwin+bind> and, perhaps not as
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