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/etc/host.conf is the primary means by which the setting in /etc/resolv.conf may be effected. It is a critical configuration file. This file controls the order by which name resolution may proceed. The typical structure is:

order hosts,bind
multi on

Both addresses should be returned. Please refer to the man page for host.conf for further details.

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