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or you referring to the VERY,VERY old and unsupported " red hat Linux 9 "
you can also set up dns to read from " open DNS'
primary dns " 126.96.36.199 "
secondary dns " 188.8.131.52 "
DNS search path " opendns.com "
There is problem with dns in redhat 9.0 . I'd configure it and it running and ok. But when mistecally i'd give the dns server ip in eth0 then it not working. So that i remove ip from eth0 but bind not work. anyone know whats the problem?
If that is the original Redhat 9 (codename Shrike), then as John VV said, its
VERY,VERY old and unsupported !!
Do yourself (and us ) a favour and get a current distro. That one is wide open to exploits and we'll be able to help you a lot better with a current distro eg RH Fedora 8 or 9.
If you're not sure, try these cmds to find the version