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Old 10th September 2006, 12:10
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Unhappy installing Bind9 + DNSSec on Centos 4.4

Hello all,

First of all, i'm not a complete newbie, but yet still in the process of learning.
I've tried to install Bind9 from the source by compiling it, along with openssl, so DNSSec could be enabled. Yet for some reason i fail.

If i use the "yum install bind", Centos will install bind, but without the DNSSec option.

I followed the explaination for installing bind as described in the howto of this site too, but when i follow the howto, theres no start/stop mechanism to start my bind

If i succeed to install Bind9 i want it to become a master or slave.

Can anyone help me out? I still find this a tough chore

Thanks in advance,

Jottie
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Hello all,

First of all, i'm not a complete newbie, but yet still in the process of learning.
I've tried to install Bind9 from the source by compiling it, along with openssl, so DNSSec could be enabled. Yet for some reason i fail.
What exactly did you do? Any error messages?

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I followed the explaination for installing bind as described in the howto of this site too, but when i follow the howto, theres no start/stop mechanism to start my bind
Which tutorial exactly (URL)?
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Old 11th September 2006, 21:44
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What exactly did you do? Any error messages?
NDC command failed : rndc: connect failed: connection refused

This is when i try to force an update with my slaveserver (centos 4.4)


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Which tutorial exactly (URL)?
http://www.howtoforge.org/debian_bin...r_slave_system


By the way, i'm sorry i did not provide sufficient information
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Old 12th September 2006, 16:46
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Check out the comments at the bottom of http://www.howtoforge.com/howto_bind_chroot_debian . It's some kind of permissions problem.
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This is pretty simple. Just do a "service named start" then rdnc reload.

Then your problem will be solved
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I wish it were that simple. But thanks anyway.
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