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posted February 14, 2004 05:21 PM           Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Trying to setup Bind-9.2.3 on Panther.
Tis proving rather interesting to say the least.

Any ideas?

Think i've got most of it sussed but if theres any DNS / Bind
gurus on here this might be a good spot for newby
MS escapees to learn what basic steps to take and where
to look for help for more detail if need be?

And considering i have little clue still it will help me immenselly think i'm close cos it's asking for keys the SOA etc looks
in shape fingers crossed touch would i've put everything right.

But any pointers would be great PS the machine in question is
a G5.

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posted February 19, 2004 02:55 PM      Profile for apex   Email apex   Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
Have you gotten it running, or are yuo getting errors? If the latter, what errors are you getting?

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posted February 22, 2004 03:37 AM           Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 
It was coming up syntax error in line1
but i think that was due to using th wrong conf script.

So scrap that because now the systems been wiped
and starting fresh i'm running Mac OSX 10.3.3
(Panther) Meow

Whats the best approach for first install in my case?
As now i'm getting errors that it needs two certain files
each time i ./configure.
I think its something i've forgotten to install.

But in case it's not whats the best most common approach?

So far i thought it was just a case of put the expanded
folder into /etc?

Then going to X11 or terminal and getting to /etc then
typing ./configure?

Does that sound about right so far?

The instructions for me seemed very vague in all documentation supplied.

Cross references to this that and the other.
But not terribly helpfull in my case.

Most examples are localhost and not much
help in some cases for www.

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