Fwd: Build-in DNS cache support

Mark Shuttleworth mark at canonical.com
Sat Dec 3 09:23:37 UTC 2011

Any merit to this suggestion?

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Subject: 	Build-in DNS cache support
Date: 	Sat, 03 Dec 2011 06:51:24 -0000
From: 	xiangxw <963632192 at qq.com>
Reply-To: 	xiangxw <963632192 at qq.com>
To: 	Mark Shuttleworth <mark at canonical.com>

As far as I know, Ubuntu does not have build-in DNS cache support, while
Windows does. Beginners with static IP network sometimes will suffer
from it, for Internet surfing will be very slow without DNS cache. This
can be solved by install a DNS cache software such as dnsmaq, but I
think this should be done before user get Ubuntu.

Ubuntu should think more about common users. Think about it, a
businessman use Ubuntu for the first time, but Internet is so slow in
Ubuntu, he may quit right away and try Windows or Mac.
Sorry for my English.
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