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hi can some one pleae give a direct link to download "caching-nameserver" for Mandrake 9.1 - as tried here: http://www.rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/mandrake/CByName.html but couldn't get any working link thanx...
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    caching-nameserver ?


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    can some one pleae give a direct link to download "caching-nameserver" for Mandrake 9.1 - as tried here:
    http://www.rpmfind.net/linux/RPM/mandrake/CByName.html
    but couldn't get any working link

    thanx

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    Please search before i found these results from Google using the keywords caching-nameserver in about 2 seconds

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giro
    Please search before i found these results from Google using the keywords caching-nameserver in about 2 seconds

    don't get so angry
    I tried before , BUT NO WORKING LINK

    thanx

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    wow took me 2 more seconds http://dc.qut.edu.au/pub/redhat9.0/S...-7.2-7.src.rpm

    And i had that link before and found it on the 3rd page of the search results and i knew you would come back and say what you did so i bookmarked it for you.

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    hey giro, dont get so angry at people, hes asking for help not abuse. and anyway, that link u gave is for a srpm which is probably going to be very confusing

    i couldnt find a mandrake 9.1 version, it goes from 9.0 to 9.2, this is for 9.2 so u might need to update some other stuff too.

    http://rpm.pbone.net/index.php3?stat...mdk.noarch.rpm

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    Just been seeing a few posts for common things that can be found if they can be bothered to search most people like that cant be assed to search there selfs so they com and ask and expect us to do it. Its not really a question we are here to help when ur stuck or have a chat about stuff not do peoples searching. This is my opion and i feel i wasnt harsh if you always find these things fore people when they cant find something after going to two sites they will come strait here and ask "can i have a link to this program" which as ive said IMO isnt a valid question.

    ps, This is nothing personal against you hazem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Giro
    i knew you would come back and say what you did so i bookmarked it for you.
    Never back again
    I know very well that no one is forced to help others , so I would like to thank you for the time you spent helping me
    and I'm sorry as I get you so nervous

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    just one final thing I want to say:
    I'm very very new in Linux - less than one one
    I'm trying my best to depend on my self and don't bother others , I downloaded more than 1000 document via internet , to try to get a good idea about that system
    and when I asked for a working link , I tried several times before I ask help


    thanx

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