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Hello,

I am searching for a graphical or non-graphical tool that can help me with adding/modifying/deleting DNS entries in our primary and secondary DNS servers (they are both running RedHat Linux 5.0). It makes it a little bit easier to be the admin of the domainnames our servers take care of....

I know how to add and modify DNS entries manually in the configuration of named. More info about that can be found in a previously asked Expert Exchange question at the following location:
http://www.experts-exchange.com/topics/comp/os-linux/networking/Q.10036795

Thanks in advance.
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Not only for administering a DNS, but to make the administration of your whole Linux System easier, and much moer comfortable you should give LINUXCONF a try. It is a well documented package freely available as a RPM-Package. You may download it at:

http://www.utt.ro/~cbredi/RPM/linuxconf.html.


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by:utb
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I installed it and I must say that it is the REAL graphical administrative tool for configurating Linux. Yeah! :-D
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