Favorite way of dealing with SeLinux and DDNS

Anthony Ewell aewell at gbis.com
Mon Sep 4 23:28:12 UTC 2006

Simon Hobson wrote:
> It's not a DHCP issue, so I don't know why you got directed here.

I wasn't directed here.  I went here on purpose.  I was looking
for advice from users that had had a similar experience.  It
was the perfect place to post.

> The answer is in the FAQ you link to, the simplest method being to 
> put your zone files in $ROOTDIR/var/named/slave, as per the example :
> zone "ddns.zone." IN  {
> 	type master;
> 	allow-updates {...};
> 	file "slaves/ddns.zone.db";
> };

Thank you. I had just spend the last two days upgrading (fighting)
a seven year old Red Hat server to Cent OS 4.3.  I go back out
tomorrow: mt works but vxaTool does not, DDNS will need to be
fixed, mailx messages are disappearing into the ether, got tons
of defunct data to figure out what to do with, the new DLS modem
doesn't work (fortunately, the old old still does), the file
permissions that were support to be restored from tape were only
half restored, yada, yada, yada.

I had severe burn out.  When I looked at the BIND FAQ, my brain
seized.  I figured it was time to just ask for help, which I really
appreciate you giving me.

Many thanks,

p.s. avoid US Robotics DSL modem!  (that realization cost me two
hours of my life I will never get back.)

p.s.s On the other hand CUPS and SAMBA worked flawlessly this time.
CUPS use to really stink.  Wow!  What a transformation!

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