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hto wrote:Sooner or later it should be implemented. As for linux, there is no any DNS cache (unless a special daemon is installed), so nothing to flush.
EDIT: Well, linux hasn't a DNS cache, but firefox has. It seems that clearing offline storage and restarting firefox also clears its DNS cache. I don't know is there any other method. Any nettools or whatever else will not help, it is purely a firefox internal thing.
coldReactive wrote:I said pidgin had DNS cache […]
[…] because after using the flush/restart command, pidgin started connecting again.
hto wrote:If you mean /etc/init.d/networking restart, it breaks all connections; of course pidgin will have to reconnect after it.
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