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Old 27th September 2013, 13:58
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Question DNS Zones: Error

I'm on adjust the settings in DHS ->Zones and while try to key in the RP Recosrd, I get the following:


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Old 27th September 2013, 14:10
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There is a bug in th form file for the rp records. I've attached the corrected form file.

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unpack the .zip file on your server and copy the dns_rp.form.php file to the folder /usr/local/ispconfig/interface/web/dns/form/
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Thanks Till, will do that, After I know How!! I'm still in learning of Linux!!

Could you give me the short command for to copy from USB Stick?
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Old 27th September 2013, 15:22
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I assume that the USB drive is sdb because that is the output from dmesg about that USB Stick.

And here I stucks now!

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Old 27th September 2013, 15:33
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/dev/sdb is the second SATA port of the server. If your usb stick has been mounted automatically, then you should see it in the list of mounted partitions, use e.g.:

df -h

to get them, it shows also the size of the partitions which might make it easier for you to find the usb stick by its size.
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/dev/sdb is the second SATA port of the server. If your usb stick has been mounted automatically, then you should see it in the list of mounted partitions, use e.g.:

df -h

to get them, it shows also the size of the partitions which might make it easier for you to find the usb stick by its size.
This is what I was getting with dmesg about the USB drive:



And this is from df -h:



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It's a 1GB Kingston Data Traveller!

Problem at the moment is that I could receive Mail but send! So I followed thw Manual fopr to adjust the settings and stucks now on that error!
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And: Do I also have to delete the broken file upfront?

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The usb stick is mounted as /mnt. so you find your files in /mnt folder.

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And: Do I also have to delete the broken file upfront?
No, you can just overwrite it.
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The usb stick is mounted as /mnt. so you find your files in /mnt folder.



No, you can just overwrite it.
Sorry Till, may it's listen like stupid and may is, I really don't know how to copy from a different volume to an other. All I try, I get No such file or directory.

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