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Old 2nd January 2006, 14:44
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I've just released MyDNSConfig 1.0.0. It is a web frontend to the MyDNS name server and uses the same technology that ISPConfig v3 will be based on.

More information about MyDNSConfig can be found on www.mydnsconfig.org.

A tutorial about MyDNS can be found on HowtoForge: http://www.howtoforge.com/mydns_name_server
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Hello falko If I includes/understands well, the system, it is to create you your own DNS under the server without passing through a manager of DNS like eurodns.org?

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Hello falko If I includes/understands well, the system, it is to create you your own DNS under the server without passing through a manager of DNS like eurodns.org?
No, ist basically the same then the DNS-Manager in ISPConfig. The difference is that ISPConfig uses BIND and MyDNSConfig uses the MyDNS as backend.
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I've just released MyDNSConfig 1.0.0. It is a web frontend to the MyDNS name server and uses the same technology that ISPConfig v3 will be based on.

More information about MyDNSConfig can be found on www.mydnsconfig.org.

A tutorial about MyDNS can be found on HowtoForge: http://www.howtoforge.com/mydns_name_server
Nice looking project there you have running, how long will that project be finish i run fedoracore and will need asystem like taht for my webhosting...
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Old 21st January 2006, 14:08
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Nice looking project there you have running, how long will that project be finish i run fedoracore and will need asystem like taht for my webhosting...
MyDNS Config is finsished, its a 1.0 release.

For ISPConfig 3 there is no relaese date yet, but you can have a look at the current ISPConfig 2.1.2 version.
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Looks pretty good.

1) Will this work with suse10 64bit
2) Will this work with ISPConfig installed on the same machine

I am currently running a 64bit suse10 machine with ispconfig installed as per falko's setup guides, with a few tweaks for 64bit CPU

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Old 24th January 2006, 19:10
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1) Will this work with suse10 64bit
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2) Will this work with ISPConfig installed on the same machine
It will not work with ISPConfig 2, but you might install it side by side witrh ISPConfig when you disable bind. But why use 2 different web interfaces when the current ISPConfig delivers the same functionality for bind.

MyDNSConfig is the DNS-manager module of ISPConfig 3.
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ahhhh....well.... I have not gone through the entire ispc but I thought that customers were not able to change their DNS records through the web interface.... am I wrong....
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Customers cannot change their DNS-Records in ISPConfig. But if you create resellers instead of customers, you can enable the DNS-Manager for them.
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