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Old 01-20-2002, 10:51 PM   #1
droy
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Registered: Dec 2001
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ypbind problem running NIS


Hi,

I have installed red hat 7.2 on pc which is hooked to the network. Before running NIS I ensured that yp.conf should have the domainname and the server name. Everything works well except that ypbind is unable to bound. The same setup I used for red hat 6.2 which works smilingly. Can someone say where is the missing link which would make life easy.

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