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Old 04-14-2006, 07:36 PM   #1
alok.rhct
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problem regarding dns


hi,

i am trying to install rpm bind as
rpm -ivh /path of rpm/bind*

it showing me that it is already installed. but when i am trying to cd /etc/named it give an error that their is no file. i tried service named start. i also giving unrecognized service . this is all happening on rhel4
 
Old 04-14-2006, 10:43 PM   #2
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Originally Posted by alok.rhct
hi,

i am trying to install rpm bind as
rpm -ivh /path of rpm/bind*

it showing me that it is already installed. but when i am trying to cd /etc/named it give an error that their is no file. i tried service named start. i also giving unrecognized service . this is all happening on rhel4
#rpm -qa|grep bind*
to check whether its already installed and will give you the version.

#rpm -e bind* to uninstall it

#rpm -Uvh

The "ivh" option does a fresh install of the program and overwirtes all files and configurations while the "-Uvh" option does an upgrade of the software if it detects an earlier version already installed. If not, the -Uvh option will perform a fresh install similar to the -ivh option.

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