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Re: Startup Script

Hi Vivek,

You mean after you compiled and installed bind, you could not find "named" under /etc/init.d also Service names start/stop/restart doesn't work?

Well, even though i am not sure, may be i can suggest a immediate workaround. why don't you extract a startup script from the most near/recent rpm below, your current bind version, and do the modification.

Since its latest, may be some other issue/bug, which i am not sure.Also i am not sure, with what options you compiled!

Also after this workaround look at whether each and every individual files mentioned in the script is present.

Also may be you have to create the .pid file manually!!


On Sun, 02 Dec 2007 Aggarwal Vivek-Q4997C wrote :
>Hello All,
>Iam new to Redhat Linux. Can anyone help me in solving the problem
>Iam trying to install the DNS Server on RHEL4. I have downloaded the
>latest package of BIND-9.4.1-P1 from site. Now Iam not able to start the
>named Service as there is no start-up script for the same
>Can anyone help me
>Vivek Aggarwal
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