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Howto implement Dynamic DNS on Mandrake 7.2

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I have installed mandrake 7.2 and configured a DHCP server on it for my local network(172.17.32.1 / 172.17.32.200). This works fine with now.

I now would like to make a connection between my DHCP server and a DNS system. I dont have DNS installed yet.

Is this possible, if yes...then can you tell me how to do this?
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No, I don't think so...
but you could probably write a script to find our your current DHCP assigned IP, and "rewrite" the DNS zone files and reload it periodically using crontab.

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