alvaro gonzalez rivas alvaro at gonzalez.dk
Wed Jan 14 00:56:09 UTC 2004

have you actually started the DNS service??? see if you have, also are
you really really sure you want to be a dns server??? you should really
try asking yourself that, because your ISP is probably doing that for
you anyways, and unless you're running a big network and have your own
domain already i dont really see why you'd want to run DNS. 

<-----Original Message-----> 
From: santosh jambhlikar
Sent: 1/1/2004 2:13:54 PM
To: fedora-docs-list at redhat.com
Subject: Re: Re: Upgradation


Thanks now i have Fedora on my pc. When try to configure DNS on Fedora
It is not working. MY DNS configuration files and contents are coreect.
Any help regarding DNS. 
Also please give me some help for configuring Samba as PDC on fedora.


On Mon, 12 Jan 2004 alvaro gonzalez rivas wrote :
>yes you can directly upgrade from rh9 to fedora. provided your cd's are
>o.k. and you dont have a cheap cd-rom that doesnt decide to give you a
>hard time. just pop cd 1 in and on the install program just tell it to
>upgrade from fh9 to fedora on your hd0 or wherever you have your linux
>install. you still need all 3 cd's and it should take you about 30
>minutes. plus if you want to install the latest rpm upgrades once
>done the fedora install, it should take you a bit longer depending on
>your connection. suggestion install the new kernel first and THEN
>download everything else. i wouldnt know about any major dns server
>change though
><-----Original Message----->
> From: santosh jambhlikar
>Sent: 1/1/2004 8:37:01 AM
>To: fedora-docs-list at redhat.com
>Subject: Re: Upgradation
>Hi all,
>Now i have Fedora Core CDs. I want to install on my existing rh9
>Can i do upgrade installation on rh9 server. and is there any major
>changes in DNS server configuration in Fedora.

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