Before the server would respond (running tcpdump)
"icmp-host-prohibited" to everything coming in on port
53 . Now it seems to respond with something.
"host mydomain.ie" returns "Host mydomain cannot be
/var/log/messages shows: "named: lame server resolving
'mydomain' in 'mydomain'?): 194.125.X.X
I can get one of my virtual domain to resolve.
Still my primary domain will not resolve, nor any host
names on the network (even it's own hostname).
When trying to SSH using putty I get connection
When I started up machine I noticed that ssh not
listening on port. Tried to start daemon and get
"sshd: Privilege separation user sshd does not exist"
--- P at draigBrady.com wrote:
> Chris Boyd wrote:
> > OK that seems to have done something, although I'm
> > still not getting DNS working properly and I can't
> > into server.
>> Err so what is working now that wasn't?
> Are you trying to ssh as a normal user? What's the
> error message?
> If you want to allow root in over ssh you need
> to edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config
>> > I suppose they could be configured wrong but I
> > the config files for named over from back up.
>> You're running a dns server?
> Sorry I know nothing about that.
> Pádraig Brady - http://www.pixelbeat.org> --- Following generated by rotagator ---
>> To show the dependent libraries for a binary use:
> `ldd /path/to/binary`
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