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by WhatsHisName
2016/07/10 22:35:18
Forum: CentOS 6 - Networking Support
Topic: Multiple subnet prioritization
Replies: 4
Views: 683

Re: Multiple subnet prioritization

BIND view statements should do what you need.

These are commonly used for "internal" and "external" views, but how you use them is up to your imagination. In your case, BIND would server different zone files based on the requesting IP.

BIND view examples
by WhatsHisName
2016/02/18 15:04:35
Forum: CentOS 6 - Software Support
Topic: [RESOLVED] - GNU Mailman newbie questions
Replies: 6
Views: 734

Re: GNU Mailman newbie questions

Modifying /etc/aliases for mailman is not needed. Instead, run genaliases and then (assuming you are running postfix) modify /etc/postfix/main.cf to reference the mailman aliases by changing: alias_maps = hash:/etc/aliases to alias_maps = hash:/etc/mailman/aliases, hash:/etc/aliases and then restart...
by WhatsHisName
2016/02/18 01:19:04
Forum: CentOS 6 - Software Support
Topic: [RESOLVED] - GNU Mailman newbie questions
Replies: 6
Views: 734

Re: GNU Mailman newbie questions

Let's start closer to the beginning. Assuming you installed mailman from EPEL, the basic setup instructions can be found on the server at /usr/share/doc/mailman*/INSTALL.REDHAT. It starts with a useful overview and continues with configuration instructions at "1. Final installation instructions...
by WhatsHisName
2016/01/21 06:00:52
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: Unknown Host Name
Replies: 2
Views: 643

Re: Unknown Host Name

See: $ man hostnamectl
DESCRIPTION
hostnamectl may be used to query and change the system hostname and related settings.
by WhatsHisName
2016/01/14 01:17:43
Forum: CentOS 6 - Hardware Support
Topic: Broadcom Drivers for Acer Aspire (and Fun with Tarballs!)
Replies: 4
Views: 1027

Re: Broadcom Drivers for Acer Aspire (and Fun with Tarballs!

You can find instructions for building kmod-wl for EL6 at elrepo . There are Broadcom licensing restrictions that prevent elrepo from distributing the compiled binary, which is why you could not find kmod-wl there. Normally, you could install the kmod-wl binary built from the elrepo srpm at the Nux ...
by WhatsHisName
2015/10/10 13:45:59
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: Centos 7 minimal kernel crash on Atom platform
Replies: 5
Views: 1010

Re: Centos 7 minimal kernel crash on Atom platform

The machine consist in: ... Atom D510 quad core CPU @1.66GHz ... This may not be relevant to your problem, but the Intel® Atom™ Processor D510 is a dual core processor with optional hyper-threading (2 cores with 2 or 4 threads via BIOS). Several of these are in service here (including the system I ...
by WhatsHisName
2015/07/13 01:23:05
Forum: CentOS 6 - Software Support
Topic: Postfix restrictions not allowing external mail
Replies: 3
Views: 778

Re: Postfix restrictions not allowing external mail

In theory and based on the listed restrictions and maillog NOQUEUE, look in /etc/postfix/sender_access for a problem. Specifically, look for the exact mail address, some global of yahoo, a <user>@ or possibly an IP (or IP range) with a REJECT instead of OK. ...and remember to postmap the file and re...
by WhatsHisName
2015/07/07 18:43:00
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: No “Add to Panel” menu in GNOME 3 Classic
Replies: 3
Views: 3394

Re: No “Add to Panel” menu in GNOME 3 Classic

Funny, I was just writing a response saying that I had a similar experience when I tried to install a few mate-* rpms to get it working. Installing the MATE Desktop group fixed them. :-)
by WhatsHisName
2015/07/07 03:15:32
Forum: CentOS 7 - General Support
Topic: No “Add to Panel” menu in GNOME 3 Classic
Replies: 3
Views: 3394

Re: No “Add to Panel” menu in GNOME 3 Classic

Easiest fix is to revert to a GNOME 2 desktop by installing MATE Desktop from epel. # yum --enablerepo=epel group install "MATE Desktop" ...but I suggest looking at the list of packages and --exclude= anything you don't need/want. It is a very long list. The MATE Desktop Environment is the...
by WhatsHisName
2015/06/04 04:28:00
Forum: CentOS 6 - Networking Support
Topic: Bad practice to put interal in DNS zone files?
Replies: 1
Views: 321

Re: Bad practice to put interal in DNS zone files?

You use views to separate your internal and external zones. Look at /usr/share/doc/bind*/sample/etc/named.conf for examples (i.e., view "internal" and view "external"). If you are going to run an authoritative public name server, then you really need to get a copy of DNS and BIND...

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