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Old 06-19-2006, 01:12 AM   #1
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Red face Tool for GUI DNS configuration

i hv redhat AS 4 . I want a gui tool to setup DNS setting. which tool i choose fot that ?

before i installed system-config-bind but that is complex in nature.
than i got redhat-config-bind that say's it need pyhton2.2 but i could not install that.

can i use sm other gui utility for that ?
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Have you tried webmin? It has a bind dns configuration section


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