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DNS-DHCP.DOMAIN.NAME.SERVER

Hi,

What are good sites out there?

Prefer Free, no pay service please.

DNS-DHCP.DNS.SERVER.BIND

Thanks.
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fosiul01Commented:
Sorry what you want to know ??

will you be able to explain little bit more please..

do you want to know how to configure those services ??
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
Configure is unecessary.

Good site to get DNS or DN or DHCP

e.g. blaine.blk.mort.net

You get Apache, you can rename above convention.

Instead...hotmail.com
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vancleefCommented:
I think the inclusion of DHCP in your question is what is confusing people. DHCP is only used for IP numbers on your local network, so having a DHCP server out on the internet would be meaningless.

Most Domain Name sellers supply DNS services to some extent, but many do not. If you are using an Web Service provider, they normally supply DNS services with your web hosting.

Looking at your question, I suspect that is what you are looking for is a DNS service provider that will point a hostname to your IP number.  Unfortunately, I can't help you there as I haven't tried any of them.

Google pointed me to a couple, but I won't list them here as I can't evaluate them.
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fosiul01Commented:
if the author want this : "I suspect that is what you are looking for is a DNS service provider that will point a hostname to your IP number!

then i will suggest , dyndns , noip , its free service, they will give you a host name which will link to your ip , people use this server if they have dynamic ip which always change.
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
Hi Guys,

I need to configure the apache, PGP sig & MD5. So, got domain too.

I read the URI in apache, you can do:

blaine.mortt.net

instead...

blaine.net/mort/cat/......

Thanks!
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fosiul01Commented:
hi typed

www.blaine.mortt.net  , it does not come up anything

how ever
www.blaine.net this work but
blaine.net/mort/cat/...... does nto work

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suredazzleAuthor Commented:


That was just example. :)
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fosiul01Commented:
ok let me ask you, you want to configure apahce for hosting web site ?? from last night i am trying to understand what you actually want, you can call me dumb but still i am not sure what your requirement is...
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:

Fosiu01, hold on...not quite done. Let me breathe! :)
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
Hi,

How to extract PGP file?

I downloaded httpd-2.2.9.gz.asc.

Rename to httpd-2.2.9.gz

unzip httpd-2.2.9.gz

It says not a zipfile or constitutes one disk of a mulit-part achive.
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vancleefCommented:
httpd-2.2.9.gz.asc - most likely a text file, containing a checksum value to verify if download is complete

You need to download httpd-2.2.9.gz as a separate file.  GZ means they used Gzip to compress it, so you will also need to use Gzip to uncompress it.  It is not a zip file.
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
Thanks  Vancleef!

okay, I got 2 files now for sig.

1.    2.2.9.tar.gz.asc
2.    2.2.9.tar.gz.md5

Still reading unzip.....

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vancleefCommented:
.asc means standard checksum
.md5 means it is an md5 checksum - the command is md5sum or md5, depending on the OS
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
Vancleef,

So, .asc is public key for validate.

I put that file in mit.?


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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
I entered:

gpg httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz.asc

command not found? It must be something wrong?
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
I validate the following file....

/applications/httpd-2.2.10] % pgpk -a httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz.asc
pgpk: Command not found.

/applications/httpd-2.2.10] % gpg --import httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz.asc

Do you have any ideas?
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vancleefCommented:
Those are not public keys. They are validation keys for the download files, to allow you to check to see if what you received is what was sent.... That is all.... Simply a check to insure nothing was changed.

$ md5sum http-2.2.10.tar.gz

This should print a number that matches the number in the http-2.2.10.tar.gz.md5 file...
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
Vancleef,

I am talking about extracting the file.

I changed:

httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz.asc  to httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz
===========================================
bash-3.2$ gunzip -d httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz | tar xvf - /applications/httpd-2.2.10

gunzip: httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz: not in gzip format
tar: /applications/httpd-2.2.10: Not found in archive
tar: Error exit delayed from previous errors
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:

So, I need to download md5 sum to extract the file.

md5sum didn't work.
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:

Vancleef,

Now what? You gave me with window command?

What am I supposed to do .asc & .md5?
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:


Okay VanCleef,

MD5 sum already created....f611aff3.....

Become 2.2.10.tar.gz file

Pretty close?
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vancleefCommented:
You are confusing apples and oranges.

The files labeled .asc and .md5 do NOT contain anything other than a simple numbers.  There is nothing in them to un-zip or un-tar.  They simply have a number used to verify the integrity of the real file when you download it.  That file will have either a .zip or a .gz extention.

If it ends with .zip, then you must "unzip" it to extract its contents. (windows systems)
If it ends with a .gz then you must use the gunzip program to extract its contents. (*nix systems)

So, if you have httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz, then it would look like this...

$ ls
httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz
$ gunzip httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz
$ ls
httpd-2.2.10.tar   <--- notice the .gz has disappeared
$ tar -xf httpd-2.2.10.tar
... contents are listed as they are extracted ...
$

Note: most modern tar programs have a "-z" option that will
allow them to extract files from .tar.gz archives without needing
to use the gunzip program.  It would look like this.

$ ls
httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz
$ tar -zxf httpd-2.2.10.tar.gz
... contents are listed as they are extracted ...
$
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:

That part, I got way back then...

problem with md5 & asc & keys
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fosiul01Commented:
can you not install apache by using yum or yagt  or wget command ??

would it not be easy ??
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vancleefCommented:
> problem with md5 & asc & keys
MD5 and ASC numbers have nothing to do with web site operations.   They are only used to insure that your file download has not been tampered with or damaged.

Website certificates are a completely different ball game!  Perhaps what you are looking for is an "SSL Certificate" ... as that is what is needed for an "https://" connection to run smoothly.


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suredazzleAuthor Commented:

Hold on guys, not quite done...Thanks for help!

Not familiar with apache.

Just want a httpd, extract md5 & tar.giz.asc...

Nothing fancy!
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vancleefCommented:
FORGET MD5 and ASC ... they have nothing to do with setting up apache!
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:

Okay VanCleef, I will test a hello later.
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
Hi Guys,

First, an .init file needs to connect to host.

Try it later.

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suredazzleAuthor Commented:

I need to point multp httpd to change, LockFile & PIDFile.

Also, I want the config file to point "Conf" directory instead Docs.

Still playing.....

Thanks Guys!
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:

it config fle should be located...

httpd/conf/file
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
This is error output...

Not Found

The requested URL http:// was not found on this server.
=================================================

Changed in config file:

1. ServerName www.DomainName.com:80

2.  Document Root "/httpd-2.2.10/docroot/hello.html"

3. <Directory "/httpd-2.2.10/docroot/hello.html">
 
   Options Indexes FollowSymLinks
     AllowOverride None
    Order allow,deny
    Allow from all

    </Directory>

Am I missing? Please advise?

Maybe, I should fix file back to same folder. Let's see.
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
1 more from previous post...

4. ServerRoot "/httpd-2.2.10"
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:


Vancleef, What's the diff b/w Apache 1.3.41 &  HTTPD?

I want to have mult. DNS.

So, I should install Apache 1.3.41, right? Not HTTPD?

Do I need both?
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vancleefCommented:
Hmmm.... You need to read the documentation more carefully.  For example;

Document Root "/httpd-2.2.10/docroot/hello.html"
======== from my httpd.conf file ========
#
# DocumentRoot: The directory out of which you will serve your
# documents. By default, all requests are taken from this directory, but
# symbolic links and aliases may be used to point to other locations.
#
DocumentRoot "/Library/WebServer/Documents"
===================================

Notice; it says "directory", not file.  Yet, in your setup you have it
pointing to a file, "hello.html".   If you've made multiple errors like
that, then the system won't work.

Have you looked at the errors in the error log file?  Most of the time
they are quite clear.



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suredazzleAuthor Commented:


Get loading modules...?
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
VanCleef, yeap....I saw where files located. :)

Apache.org, only have have Apache1.3 something. You need to get 3rd party to add module. Yuck!

Searching where to get latest "Apache2.2.10". Site has to be Free Spyware trusted.:)

Catch me,  in Oracle & VB.

Thanks!
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
changed mind!
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fosiul01Commented:
Hi Suredazzle ,

I dont think "changing mind" is acceptable solution !!!!

expert vancleef , was trying to help you so hard, and you are now closing this question by saying "Changed mind"

either work with vancleef till your problem solved , or accept his solution, or past your own solution here and explain how you find out your own solution.


you guys realy need learn how to close question properly.

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suredazzleAuthor Commented:
Accept VanCleef!
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suredazzleAuthor Commented:


Sorry VanCleef, I did realize that setting path was wrong. I accept your solution and give you point.

You are very helpful! I appreciated that. Linh
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