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    didn't work

    anyone one of these ?

    Last edited by Izzo; 03-29-06 at 09:48 PM.

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    There are a lot of pages on google talking about a kernel bug or a bug in certain versions of find that causes this.

    In any case, /proc is a directory that the kernel writes some system stats to so other programs can use it without actually querying the system and bogging it down.

    Which kernel version are you running? (uname -r will tell you)

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    I suggest you install the APT package manager as outlined on that link I posted. Then do:
    apt-get --purge remove bind ISPConfig
    and then use apt to reinstall them:
    apt-get install bind
    No one has any right to force data on you
    and command you to believe it or else.
    If it is not true for you, it isn't true.

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    ya, installed the apt package manager and that worked ok but i still couldn't find the named.conf file.... gave up for the night as my son was ill.... working now so i'll give the rest a go later ...again thanks for going to such lengths to help

    edit> tried installing BIND again but it said mine was current..i'll purge it and try again

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    with Ubuntu I judt do iwconfig eth1 essid wireless-m (its a wireless connection) then dhclient eth1. im connected.

    so if its a ethernet connection its sudo ifconfig eth1 then sudo dhclient eth1.
    .

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    I'm waiting for my ubuntu CDs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by YARDofSTUF
    I'm waiting for my ubuntu CDs.
    I just installed 64bit Dapper Drake. Pretty impressive so far. I had to build some driver modules from source but that's become pretty easy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mmione
    with Ubuntu I judt do iwconfig eth1 essid wireless-m (its a wireless connection) then dhclient eth1. im connected.

    so if its a ethernet connection its sudo ifconfig eth1 then sudo dhclient eth1.

    I'm online and I configured my card ok ...that's not the problem....my little 'project' is to setup a basic DNS server.

    and the named.conf file is nowhere to be found...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Izzo
    I'm online and I configured my card ok ...that's not the problem....my little 'project' is to setup a basic DNS server.

    and the named.conf file is nowhere to be found...
    su
    updatedb
    locate named.conf

    File is probably hidden, search as su or root

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid
    su
    updatedb
    locate named.conf

    File is probably hidden, search as su or root

    yep....did all that....I posted a pic above

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    Quote Originally Posted by YARDofSTUF
    I'm waiting for my ubuntu CDs.
    it takes a while, they come from France.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Izzo
    yep....did all that....I posted a pic above
    Izzo, check the bottom of this page. I don't know a cure other then using a distro a bit more server friendly.

    Maybe there is something that will help you on that site.

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    Why don't you guys just download them. They have pretty fast servers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid
    Why don't you guys just download them. They have pretty fast servers.

    Cuz there free

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid
    Izzo, check the bottom of this page. I don't know a cure other then using a distro a bit more server friendly.

    Maybe there is something that will help you on that site.

    Will do, unfortunately I'm stuck with this one for class. Needless to say this will be my last semester there.

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    Where did you get the copy of bind from? Have you considered getting it from ISC.org or grabbing the source and building it yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid
    Where did you get the copy of bind from? Have you considered getting it from ISC.org or grabbing the source and building it yourself?
    Ya, just got some info on this ...Mandriva doesn't include a sample named.conf file you gotta create it from scratch

    I installed it from the Mandriva Cd's ...building it would be beyond my current abilities i'm sure...also tried the apt-get bind ...said mine was current... was going to purge and try apt-get again and see what happens but i doubt it'll include any sample...

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    There just zone files more or less. Check this out.

    http://www.howtoforge.net/traditional_dns_howto_p2

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sid
    There just zone files more or less. Check this out.

    http://www.howtoforge.net/traditional_dns_howto_p2
    Awesome ... that looks like exactly what I need.

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    I thought you understood about the named.conf - it isn't created until you run the front end app - per Tony's linkage

    Quote Originally Posted by TonyT

    In the Manadrake BIND package there are a few files missing (e.g. /etc/named.conf), therefore BIND will not start when you run

    /etc/init.d/named start

    This is nothing to worry about because all needed files are created by ISPConfig as soon as you create your first DNS record with ISPConfig.[/i]
    Quote Originally Posted by Izzo
    Ya, just got some info on this ...Mandriva doesn't include a sample named.conf file you gotta create it from scratch

    I installed it from the Mandriva Cd's ...building it would be beyond my current abilities i'm sure...also tried the apt-get bind ...said mine was current... was going to purge and try apt-get again and see what happens but i doubt it'll include any sample...
    anything is possible - nothing is free


    Quote Originally Posted by Blisster
    It *would* be brokeback bay if I in fact went and hung out with Skye and co (did I mention he is teh hotness?)

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