Ok so I am new and need some help, I think this should be an easy answer for a "person-in-the-know":
I am running trying to run a web server on my local intranet, on my soon to be replaced Windows 2000 Server, IIS automatically resolves my server name to my web page. Anotherwards, my server name is EADTF, IIS is running and points to the /inetpub/wwwroot/index.php file. Anytime a user types in 'eadtf' in there browser, IIS automatically resolves it.
Now I am trying to get away from Microsoft, so I loaded a full 4-disk version of Fedora-2. I installed everything so I can see what it has to offer, once I learn a bit more I will redo the install with only the components I need.
So I have installed all of the modules to include:
- DNS (BIND)
I went to 'Services' and started Apache, MySQl, DNS.
I went to the config utility for Apache and named the server EADTF.
When I type in the browser (on the linux box) the following it resolves to the Apache Install Welcome Page:
When I goto another computer on the LAN and type EADTF it goes to the standard error page for unresolved pages.
How do I get Linux, DNS, Apache, or whatever to listen for a EADTF request and resolve it to the LAMP install?
Also, if I type the I.P. address of the linux server in a browser window on the LAN it does resolve so I know it's working.
I just need to make it resolve it's name...
Also, I did take the IIS Server offline when I did all this so there is no conflict...
Thank you in advance for whoever can answer this little riddle....