|Date:||Wed, 15 Feb 2006 19:16:39 +0100|
I'm trying for my first time to set up a dns.
I'm reading chapter 23 of the netbsd guide about DNS
in particular i read
in addition to being able to startup "named" at boot time, it can also be controlled with the ndc command. In a nutshell the ndc command can stop, start or restart the named server process. It can also do a great many other things. Before use, it has to be setup to communicate with the "named" process, see the ndc(8) and named.conf(5) man pages for more details on setting up communication channels between "ndc" and the "named" process.
but i have got no ndc command on my system so i'm a bit confused..
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