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Setting up BIND 9.x on Free BSD

Posted on 2002-05-13
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Looking for steps to load BIND 9 on fbsd server and have the named load on startup.  An app install question more than a dns config question.
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read this part, might help you on your question:
  http://www.freebsd.org/handbook/dns.html

For your networking setup:
  http://www.freebsd.org/handbook/advanced-networking.html

  Good luck!
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Thanks again Yuzh.
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