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Instructions for enabling the Windows Subsystem for Linux can be found in the Installation Guide.
WSL install will try to automatically change the Ubuntu locale to match the locale of your Windows install.
The host names of the computers in this network were managed through the use of a single HOSTS file located on a centrally administered server.
Each site that needed to resolve host names on the network downloaded this file.
A leaf represents a single name used once at that level to indicate a specific resource.
DNS supports hierarchical names and allows registration of various data types in addition to host name to IP address mapping used in HOSTS files.
Because the DNS database is distributed, its potential size is unlimited and performance is not degraded when more servers are added.
The original DNS was based on Request for Comment (RFC) 882 (“Domain Names: Concepts and Facilities”) and RFC 883 (Domain Names–Implementation and Specification), which were superseded by RFC 1034 (“Domain Names–Concepts and Facilities”), and RFC 1035 (“Domain Names–Implementation and Specification”).
Additional RFCs that describe DNS security, implementation, and administrative issues later augmented the original design specifications.