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    Setting up a DNS Server


    Hey guys, I am fairly new to Linux, but I know a few things. I have a windows based web server setup on a PC here, and am wanting to setup a Linux based DNS server on another system. I have found a few guides to setting on up, but can't seem to follow them.

    I am pretty much looking for any assistance anyone has. Right now I am trying to install openSSL, then I will install BIND and then follow the walk through. Does anyone have any tips that may help me during this process. Thanks a lot.

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    what app are you using for your dns server is it BIND?
    or djbdns?

    [edit] geez....I must be blind....missed that 2nd paragraph.
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    We'll help.

    PM me when you are ready or post it here

    A suggestions would be to install WebMin too.
    This is a webbased administration tool for your unix machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Opnosforatou
    We'll help.

    PM me when you are ready or post it here

    A suggestions would be to install WebMin too.
    This is a webbased administration tool for your unix machine.

    pm

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