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Old 10-11-2005, 06:10 PM   #1
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webmin: there are too many zones on your system to display here


hi

I have debian sarge with BIND 9.

if I connect via webmin to the DNS Server,
then I get following message:
Code:
Existing DNS Zones
There are too many zones on your system to display here
knows someone howto configure the webmin to get
all zones displayed on one window ?

I have webmin Version 1.180

greetings
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