Rishikesh Sharma wrote:
> I need help on my domain's nameserver not on configuration of server.
Have you configured "SOA" in the domain files under bind configurations ?
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Rishikesh Sharma wrote:
> What is the nameservers to be use because i run my own namerserver at my
> place using my public ip?
This sentence clearly points to either an ignorance about DNS basics or
The best solution forward for you is to discuss the configurations at
your end first.
Are you willingly to discuss in detail as to what you have configured,
which only you can convey.
Else you are on your own for sure. Enjoy the steep curve.
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I am planning to host Fedora 11 http and ftp downloads at Imphal. Regarding
this, I have some question in mind.
I have public ip adresses and i have registered a domain name also as
I have already setup my server with fedora 10 loaded and configure and setup
bind as dns server for my domain csmanipur.co.in
Now, the confusion i am having is that, while registering my domain the
registrant ask for nameserver and i tried by giving by public ip of my dns
server, but it is not accepting the ip address. But when i tried using full
domain name instead of ip, it accepts (currently i am using zonedit).
But i would like to use my own nameserver instead of zonedit with my own dns
server like ns1.csmanipur.co.in
So, i need help on using my own dns server as nameserver for my domain.
>I am facing a problem I install fedora 10 and i get no gui because of nvdia >graphics card now I want to set up net connection from terminal . >pppoeconf is not working . I use bsnl broadband connection.>Please help me out..
>Thanks in advance.
Check the initab & change it to runlevel 5 if it's set to 3.
Did you install Nvidia graphic driver's?
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> Actually we need to install Dlink 580Tx server card (4 port) which supports
> kernel 2.4 , but RHEL5 is kernel 2.6 , so the installation is held up. We
> were thinking that Fedora 6 might allow this installation possible
> because one website says that this card may be supposted by fedora 6
Some amount of googling shows me, this card is also supported in 2.6.
There is a module called kernel-mod-sundance which seems to work with this card.
The exact location of rpm or source, I can not find due to lack of time,
Someone in this list please help with this.
The usual set of questions about this is answered at
In short, alpha/beta/snapshot/preview etc are just sanitized snapshots
of rawhide and just before the release, fedora-release package (which
holds the yum repository files) is automagically updated to point to the
final release and combined with a mirror manager trick, you will be
seamlessly upgraded to the new release without having to do anything.
Would the folks like to help out the OP whose mail is quoted below ?
On Wed, Apr 22, 2009 at 8:00 AM, das <das(a)randomink.org> wrote:
> Hello Friends
> As a member of a local linux group called GLT, a few different distros
> of GNU-Linux we have to handle. One or two versions of each Fedora,
> Ubuntu, and OpenSuse.
> Earlier, I installed more than one Linux on the HD just for getting
> some suggestion when someone is in problem. Gradually, due to the UUID
> and all this is becoming problemsome. One brute way out is to rewrite
> 'fstab' with device-names in place of UUID-s. But people say these
> days a lot of applications read the UUID-s, so this may get
> So, after some friends suggested, I now want to go into
> virtualization. And I know nothing. I have a really huge amount of HD
> space, and 4GB memory. And my CPU has the virtualization flags. I am
> myself using Fedora 11 Beta and I want to have virtual installations
> of Ubuntu and OpenSuse on my system.
> Can you people please suggest me from where to start, some good
> documentation, and not too technical. We are a Linux-User group,
> mainly teachers in profession.
> Thanking You
> দাশ das
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