Subject: Re: Another problem with 1.2G 970629
To: None <current-users@NetBSD.ORG>
From: Christos Zoulas <>
List: current-users
Date: 07/02/1997 11:32:37
In article <> writes:
>I'm having some serious incompatibility problems here, it seems.
>Now my pppd is blown up.  It won't install a default route, whether
>specified in the /etc/ppp/ip-{up,down} files, or as an option in
>I am including the following files:
>	/etc/ppp/options
>	/etc/ppp/ip-up
>	/etc/ppp/ip-down
>	/etc/rc
>	/etc/rc.conf
>	/etc/netstart
>	/etc/rc.local
>This used to work just fine; now I get such problems as:
>	named won't resolve properly
>	pppd won't route properly
>	"ifconfig lo0 localhost" no longer works -- I have to say
>		"ifconfig lo0 inet 127.1"
>	Ditto with "route add starwolf 127.1" (can't use "localhost")
>I had to kludge rc.local to add a default route immediately after pppd
>started up.
>Here's the files.  Perhaps someone can point out any boneheaded moves
>or assumptions I may have made which broke with the last installment.

For now use always *not* 127.1 because of a problem in the
resolver code. What is the entry for localhost in /etc/hosts?