Hosts Man is a feature-rich tool that lets you add, remove, edit entries in the Hosts file.
It also lets you easily add third-party Hosts lists that help in blocking malware sites and lets you easily enable or disable the hosts file.
I did all the basic stuff to resolve the issue like restart, trash the prefs, convert to INX, and try on different computer. I'm currently using CS5, but this same issue came up last year on another project in CS4 as well.
Install a remote repository and query it for information. To block a website using the Hosts File, simply add the following entry: 127.0.0.1 Although I do not do it, many users like to manually add entries to it in order to block opening of one or more particular websites.Yet other like to download and use List from well-know sources like While you can always manually manage or edit Hosts file manually, I would like to suggest that you use a third-party freeware tool like Hosts Man to do it. You may need to search for the correct package to install. If it does not, then use the following command to put the rpm key there. Look for the /etc/pki/rpm-gpg/RPM-GPG-KEY-EPEL-7 file to see if it exists. If not found then there is a problem with your epel repository. Use the yum command to obtain information about the audacity program. Use the yum command to remove the apache software you previously installed.