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how to set up a simple dns server using SUSE 10?

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I'm running a windows AD domain, but I'm finding more and more uses for SUSE Linux: file sharing, backups, snort, etc.

I'd like to create a dns server on one of my Linux boxes. I've installed the dns server and created a zone. I've added a couple of records (my-test 10.71.45.2, etc). I set a test machine to use this box as the name server, but it's not resolving my-test.

Can someone direct me to a real simple setup? I just want to have it running as a secondary server in case my primary fails, so I expect to be entering records manually.
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