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Old 20th May 2011, 04:40
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Default ispconfig_update.sh > where did bind9 go ? EDIT: FIXED

Edit: ignore / delete this post... have it fixed already

After updating php to v5.3 I noticed numerous errors when (trying) opening ispconfig.
I ran ispconfig_update.sh and kept the default answers assuming it should be ok..
noticed > Configuring MyDNS
and don't seem to have a a functioning DNS server.. ( had bind9 installed )

server is running over a year now (was debian lenny > partially upgraded to squeeze > didn't do a full upgrade yet as it's a production server.)

I don't have a personal preference bind9 / mydns as long as it's functional.

ispconfig was 3.0.1 ( or even lower ).... long time ago....

thanks in advance
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