Linux drives,Fedora 10 screen image,DNS server
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Sun Jan 4 19:45:56 UTC 2009
On Sunday 04 January 2009, GMS S wrote:
One post was sufficient, but generally its best to only ask one question per
>I registered here few days ago.
>How can I get the Fedora 10 drive in windows xp?(like windows drives in
> Fedora 10 after mounting)
That will happen about 10 years after Balmer throws his last chair. If M$
lasts that much longer.
> Is it possible to change the loading Fedora 10
Yes, but there are different ways to do it. Someone will probably tell you
the easiest way though.
> How can I set up DNS server in Fedora 10?
Install bind. And there have been whole forests cut to furnish the paper to
describe how to properly configure bind. Visit Borders & see what they have.
Its a very complex subject and from my reading there is no one universally
correct way to do it. But you probably need only dhcp for a home network.
Only ISP's normally run a server.
Here, I hard code all my local addresses in the /etc/hosts file, and what
doesn't resolve there gets handed to my router, which in turn gets it from
one of the two servers verizon operates.
You can run 'nscd' Name Server Cacheing Daemon, which will store the results
of a query to the ISP's server, making that same site resolve faster if
you've been there before and not too long ago. It can save quite a bit of
lookup time if your pipe is a dialup.
> Pentium(R) D 2.66GHz Hard disk:80GB
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