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how to set up a DNS server on Linux with bind-9.2.3

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I'm trying to set up a DNS server on my computer. The target machine is running Red Hat 9.0 with kernel 2.4.20.  Can anybody tell me how to do it. Is there any tutorial out there on the web? Thanks a lot.

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Also there is something like bindtool or something in RH9 that lets
you set up a dns server using a gui i suppose
look for something like that
you might find it in system tools or may be internet related stuff
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