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Old 09-01-2003, 04:06 AM   #1
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Question WEBHOSTING Questions

Hi! pls help:
We are currently hosting multiple sites in just 1 windows box using IIS ofcourse... Now we're transferring all of these sites to our new redhat 9 linux box. im having trouble configuring the Domain Name Service(BIND, Zones) and Apache.

can u explain it step by step?
all i have to do is:
a. change the ns value where i registered the domain names. -->
b. configure the domain name service ... this i dont know how to start..

im just new to linux so pls help!
Old 09-01-2003, 04:51 AM   #2
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well, the zones should be the same as the windows box. check the forward lookup zones, etc. on there and copy them. also, i am under the impression that if you are removing the windows box, you can name the linux box the same and not worry about changing anything.

anyway, the commands:
man bind
man named.conf

should give you idea of it. then this link has good example files, etc.


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