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How to install system-config-bind on Redhat Linux Enterprise 5.5

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Hi There,

I am new to Linux. I'm trying to setup DNS server on linux and need to install system-config-bind package and couldn't find it on my package manager. So trying to install it from command line typing "yum install system-config-bind*" and all i get is

Loaded plugins: rhnplugin, security
This system is not registered with RHN.
RHN support will be disabled.
Setting up Install Process
No package system-config-bind available.
Nothing to do

Please advise me how to install DNS GUI tool on Redhat.


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First you need to configure the YUM and then you can execute "yum install system-config-bind*" to install.

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I will try to ask how to configure YUM in another topic . please help me.
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