My FC33->FC34 bind-chroot upgrade notes
h.reindl at thelounge.net
Wed Jun 16 21:52:55 UTC 2021
Am 16.06.21 um 20:31 schrieb ToddAndMargo via bind-users:
> On 6/16/21 2:16 AM, Reindl Harald wrote:
>> Am 16.06.21 um 09:31 schrieb ToddAndMargo via bind-users:
>>>>> # means root
>>>>> $ means user
>>>> Sometimes, in your configuration file extracts, you use '#' meaning
>>>> 'this line is a comment'. I guess this is a write-up for a novice.
>>>> The non-novices here have overlooked it, but I'm much closer to the
>>>> novice end of the BIND user spectrum than they are and If I were a
>>>> *complete* novice, I'd find these uses of '#' very confusing.
>>> Which lines?
>> lines starting with #
>> here it is a comment sign
>> Change /etc/resolv.conf back to
>> search your_domain
>> nameserver your_IP
>> # nameserver 184.108.40.206
>> here it is meant as command running as root
>> Then restart the service:
>> # systemctl restart bind-named.service
> Does this alteration at the top make it any clearer?
> Note: at the command prompt, I use the following terminology:
> # means run as root
> $ means run as user
> Inside a file, "#" mean it is a comment
not really - either use the ubuntu "sudo everything" or just type "root:
command" and "user: command"
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