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I have a SparcStation IPX, and want to set up a DNS server. I only need it for a small workgroup (5 IP addresses) that is made up of the IPX, two Wintel machines, and a mac. I have Solaris 2.4, and am not willing to pay for a commercial DNS server. Share/freeware would be okay, though.
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Unless Solaris is really taking apart their software bundling,
you already have the program.  Try 'man named'

Failing that, source code can be found at any linux site,
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Oh, one other thing:  For only 5 hosts, it may make more sense
to just keep host tables.  Less hassle.  Resolve your non-local
names with a non-local server.
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I know about host files, and do not want to use them. I reinstall windows often, and it is a hassle setting them up. (They work on my mac, though :-) )
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