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We reinstalled an AIX box with 4.3.3 in order to set it up as a DNS server however we seem to have lost the named daemon. Can someone tell me how we can reinstall it?

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The named daemon is in the bos.net.tcp.server
install this fileset from a CD  using smitty install

after installing run the
startsrc -s named
the deamon will start to run
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by:PAdajar2
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Thank you! would you happen to know where i can find a listing of what components are in which cds
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by:griessh
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Doesn't matter! The toc (table of content) file is on every CD, so just pop in the first or any other, travers down to install from file list, do a list all filesets and find the bos.net.tcp.server packet. SMIT will ask you for the right CD.

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