How can setup DNS server on Red Hat Linux 9

Posted on 2004-11-14
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
How can setup DNS server on Red Hat Linux 9 ???
Please help me !!!
Question by:quocnhan
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    you can use this utility


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    I guessing that if you are asking this question you are rather new to Linux a extremely good program to use for server maintenance is webmin which can be found at It puts configuration issues like this in a more user friendly enviroment. You can download the rpm and install by entering rpm -ivh webmail-1.170-1.noarch.rpm as root
    The web site is
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    terwee that is a good soft, but a little insecure. any way if you want to install this soft i recommend to install a binary package NOT a rpm.

    In the bin package the soft exaplain and ask you for ports and paths.

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