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It's been some time since I did any work on that old laptop. I've been away on holiday and then very busy.
So this evening I tried to get my head back into configuring eth0.
I've come up with a couple of ideas and tried them to no avail. Here goes -
hello to all
i'm trying to configure my dns and i'm having some difficulties in resolving this issue of SOA record not on top of zone.i know it might be a very boring question.i'm just a newbies in this.
This is how my /etc/named.conf file looks like
// Provided by Red Hat bind package to configure the ISC BIND named(8) DNS
// server as a caching only nameserver (as a localhost DNS resolver only).
Sabayon is a system administration tool to manage GNOME desktop settings. Sabayon provides a sane way to edit GConf defaults and GConf mandatory keys: the same way you edit your desktop. Sabayon launches profiles in an Xnest window. Any changes you make in the Xnest window are saved back to the profile file,which can then be applied to user’s accounts.
OK, so gromacs is a Linux distribution for something to do with fourier transforms and the likes? ok, well the "ls" command is ls as in "list the files in this directory". It's really hard to know what you're really trying to do here. Clearly you're looking to compile and install some software from source code, but if this source code is not in the directory you're trying to work in, naturally you're not going to get the result you're after.