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Ubuntu problem with accessing to .local domain

At work we have configured network with .local domain.
But default setting on my Ubuntu 10.04 prevent me to access any resource which is configured in our network eg: "".
On Ubunt wiki i found solution for my problem:
sudo stop avahi-daemon
This will stop avahi deamon. More info about this problem you can find on: Ubuntu Wiki

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