How to Set Up a Local Dns Host File on Mac OS X
Carry out these steps to install the Xcode on Mac 10.13 computer:
- Setting up a local DNS can be useful while working in a production environment.
- To set up the DNS host file in Mac is quite simple. Follow the steps given below.
- Open the Terminal Windows.
- The terminal windows option comes under the Applications and Utility option.
- Once the terminal window opens, enter the following command given below to open the local host file.
- $ Sudo nano /ets/hosts
- The sudo command requires the admin password to open the file as root.
- To add a new hostname in the Host file of the terminal window, enter the following command
- IP Address Host 0.0.0.0 example.domain.com
- You can now save the changes in the host file by pressing Shift key + Z (Twice).
- The moment you click save changes, the Mac will process the above changes, and the effect will take place.
- You can check the changes by going to the browser and notice if the development environment opens up instead of the production page.
- Follow the above steps to ensure that the local DNS host file is set up for your Mac OS.