[CentOS-docs] New HOWTO: Setting up multiple IP addresses on the same network interface

Wed Jul 1 16:47:39 UTC 2009
JohnS <jses27 at gmail.com>

On Wed, 2009-07-01 at 16:45 +0100, Karanbir Singh wrote:
> On 07/01/2009 04:03 PM, JohnS wrote:
> >> Ofcourse this raises the question - what are we doing wrong - and so
> >> badly - that people cant find content when they want to, even though it
> >> exists and is quite well done.
> > Mostly because what you do find on the net is incorrect! So they expect
> > to find the correct info on the centos.org domain.
> Not sure what you are saying here, the wiki and the docs are hosted 
> within the centos domains
Ok yes it is in the same domain. Check this out:


These are the same searches on alias but nothing comes up. So the person
can not find what they are looking for. Even just a general search you
can not find nothing in the wiki unless you go to the wiki itself.

Side Note: Even if I leverage Microsofts SOAP/XMLRPC interface to Bing
in a web application I make with a custom search string for example the
wiki, it want find what you want. So this brings the question what is
blocking it?

Of my CentOS or RHEL clients I do point them directly to the wiki.

Even though they are hosted in the same domain they really get more than
just overlooked from firsthand experiance with my own clients.

I think a lot of people expect a kb.centos.org technet.centos.org so to
speak. They expect the clickity click and it's all done Microsoft way
and that's never going to happen.