In the past time, I always used the CentOS. but after I used OpenSUSE just about a week. I found that the OpenSUSE is more friendly than CentOS.
I spent about 2 hours to settle lots of problems after I `yum install bind`
It don’t create named.conf and some need files. Faint !!
when I tried `sudo /etc/init.d/named start`
Locating /etc/named.conf failed: [FAILED]
what’s going on? I just
sudo cp /usr/share/doc/bind-9.3.4/sample/etc/named.conf /etc/
[[email protected] ~]$ sudo /etc/init.d/named startStarting named:
Error in named configuration:
/etc/named.conf:57: open: /etc/named.root.hints: file not found [FAILED]
Although I settled the problems after remove some samples and uneed things.
I still want to ask :
Why Can’t I start the service after It has been Installed successfully ?
But In OpenSUSE, it just works after the installation.
What happened to you, My CentOS/RHEL ? Are you trying to go away from my focus ?
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1 Ubuntu 2373>
2 openSUSE 1562< 3 Mint 1458< 4 Fedora 1372>
5 Debian 1221< 6 Mandriva 959= 7 PCLinuxOS 920< 8 Puppy 726= 9 MEPIS 689< 10 CentOS 687<