Kamis, 16 April 2015

Maintain Your Hosts File

Download maintained hosts file from link address below:
1. http://hosts-file.net  main-update  partial-update
2. http://someonewhocares.org
3. http://winhelp2002.mvps.org/hosts.zip

The hosts file is a computer file used by an operating system to map hostnames to IP addresses. The hosts file is a plain text file, and is conventionally named hosts.

The hosts file contains lines of text consisting of an IP address in the first text field followed by one or more host names. Each field is separated by white space – tabs are often preferred for historical reasons, but spaces are also used. Comment lines may be included; they are indicated by a hash character (#) in the first position of such lines. Entirely blank lines in the file are ignored. For example, a typical hosts file may contain the following:  localhost loopback
::1        localhost

The location of the hosts file in the file system hierarchy varies by operating system. It is usually named hosts, without an extension.

Operating System Version(s) Location
Unix, Unix-like, POSIX
Microsoft Windows 3.1 %WinDir%\HOSTS
95, 98, ME %WinDir%\hosts
NT, 2000, XP, 2003, Vista,
2008, 7, 2012, 8
Windows Mobile, Windows Phone
Registry key under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\Tcpip\Hosts
Apple Macintosh 9 and earlier Preferences or System folder
Mac OS X 10.0 – 10.1.5 (Added through NetInfo or niload)
Mac OS X 10.2 and newer /etc/hosts (a symbolic link to /private/etc/hosts)
Novell NetWare
OS/2 & eComStation
Symbian Symbian OS 6.1–9.0 C:\system\data\hosts
Symbian OS 9.1+ C:\private\10000882\hosts
MorphOS NetStack ENVARC:sys/net/hosts
AmigaOS 4 DEVS:Internet/hosts
/etc/hosts (a symbolic link to /system/etc/hosts)
iOS iOS 2.0 and newer /etc/hosts (a symbolic link to /private/etc/hosts)
Plan 9
later boot sequence  !Boot.Choices.Hardware.Disabled.Internet.Files.Hosts

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