Do all DNS Nameserver functions have to be user-defined? Urgent...

Discussion in 'Linux Networking' started by zoltan, Feb 10, 2006.

  1. zoltan

    zoltan Guest

    Hi folks,
    My last post here was quite helpful so I'm hoping it'll be even
    better this time. I just wanted to know if the DNS Nameserver functions
    ( whose declarations are given in <arpa/nameser.h> ) have to be
    user-defined.

    I have some existing code which uses ns_initparse(), ns_sprintrr(),
    ns_parserr() and some other Nameserver functions.... But the code works
    fine for ns_parserr() without including the source file containing it's
    body while functions like ns_initparse() do not work without the source
    file containing their definition. I really need the answer urgently...
    so can somebody please clarify this point?

    Regards,

    Timmy Jose.
     
    zoltan, Feb 10, 2006
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