Windows DNS has given us problems at work, so I'm convinced that BIND
is the way to go. I've been using it since BIND v8. The best how-to
for that is the O'Reilly book "DNS and BIND", which, like pretty much
all O'Reilly books, is very easy reading and actually explains how to
to DNS in English. Ask pretty much *any* relatively recent (last 10
years) DNS guru how they learned, and they'll probably mention this
As for CentOS, setting up BIND on CentOS is basically the same as setting it up on any other UNIX-like system. Doesn't really matter if it's Slackware, FreeBSD, Slowaris, whatever.
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Rob Owens wrote:
Are there any complications with using an LTSP server (which also handles DHCP), but letting a Windows server handle DNS? If this does cause complications, could someone point me to a good how-to for setting up DNS on CentOS (I'll be running K12LTSP 5.0.0EL)? If I do this, would I remove all the "ws00x" lines from /etc/hosts? (I'm assuming you don't need these if you're running DNS). Thanks a bunch. -Rob _______________________________________________ K12OSN mailing list K12OSN redhat com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/k12osn For more info see <http://www.k12os.org>