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i'm not sure why, named (bind) won't start in anyway, already even tried to reset the .conf more or less to default. it's probably some more advanced problem since everything was fine in server till last night and it simply stopped without no one touching it, can't restart in ssh bash, cpanel won't restart it either
i've just posted this here cause im a bit newb and i dont know how to debug this, like startup logs / error messages etc.
where can i find this info? :/
apache is up and runnin, can access ftp and http (ip only) i tried up2date named but up2date won't work either.
root@scorpion [~]# up2date -l
Error communicating with server. The message was:
Temporary failure in name resolution
root@scorpion [~]# dig linuxquestions.org
; <<>> DiG 9.2.4 <<>> linuxquestions.org
;; global options: printcmd
;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached
please elaborate 'setenforce 0' where do i set it?
a bash command? no.
a setting somewhere? a var?
im sorry, kinda newb in bash/linux commands / properties
i really still only use windows like linux and some
real basic commands, so on ssh to server, im still a baby ^^
ps: yum is not installed :/ , tough i could install it (try) oO