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Old 22nd August 2006, 22:41
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I am trying to setup my DNS servers using the tutorial. The example for the server settings shows both 'BIND User:' and 'BIND Group:' as 'named'. On my server it shows as 'root'.

Also, the example shows the 'named.conf' directory as '/etc/named.conf' mine is '/etc/bind/named.conf' and the example shows the 'Zonefiles Dir:' as '/var/named/chroot/var/named' mine is '/etc/bind'.

Have I installed/configured ISPConfig correctly...or have I made a mistake that will cause me problems in setting up the name servers? If I need to change it can I do so in the 'settings' window, or do I have to edit the appropriate files or reinstall ISPConfig? Thank you...
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I am trying to setup my DNS servers using the tutorial. The example for the server settings shows both 'BIND User:' and 'BIND Group:' as 'named'. On my server it shows as 'root'.

Also, the example shows the 'named.conf' directory as '/etc/named.conf' mine is '/etc/bind/named.conf' and the example shows the 'Zonefiles Dir:' as '/var/named/chroot/var/named' mine is '/etc/bind'.

Have I installed/configured ISPConfig correctly...or have I made a mistake that will cause me problems in setting up the name servers? If I need to change it can I do so in the 'settings' window, or do I have to edit the appropriate files or reinstall ISPConfig? Thank you...
If you setup ISPConfig according to one perfect setup guides, then named is configured correctly. The named.conf directory differs depending on your linux distribution.
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