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BIND howto for a newbie?

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I've had enough of Microsoft DNS screwing things up and need to get bind running on a couple of Linux servers. My problem is that I'm new to Linux! Does anyone know of a really good step by step howto for setting up BIND on Linux for an ISP? I have about 1000 domains I need to drag over and I haven't a clue what I'm doing!
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Or read the DNS BIND book written by O' Reilly
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I could give you some examples of db files and a sample
named.conf
I do not know if that will help you
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