Hi,I am trying to configure two DNS servers using CentOS. I found a nice little tutorial on how to install and configure BIND9 in a chrooted environment on CentOS, but I am having a har... [by mraza]
on 08/14/2012 – Made popular on 08/14/2012
I have an instance mic with ubuntu 10.04 installed without problems, super fast for me, the problem is that I want to install Virtualmin being discharged to go my new sites. When I configure bind to generate the nameservers (ns, ns2) first I can not change the hostname for a FQDN and not see the option to change it.
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