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comment removing the 'www' in bind9 dns
no, when I type in the domain directly I get nothing in the browser, just a timeout, but if I use the www.domainname.com I get my webpage as expected, I know you can redirect from the www.xyz.com to the xyz.com with httpd.conf/.htaccess but if I did this I would be redirecting to nothing because the dns is not right somewhere
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comment removing the 'www' in bind9 dns
Thank Khaled, sadly no joy. I've updated the question with the zone file for the domain. I'm running an internal nameserver and it's all working except for removal of the "www". Any thoughts would be greatly appriciated.
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accepted How to check which mta / mail program is in use?
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comment How to check which mta / mail program is in use?
ah crap, I closed it now, i found out via google that 'master' is postfix
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comment How to check which mta / mail program is in use?
tried the first way and it just says "master" not "sendmail"
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comment what is Centos 5's apache user/group
hey can anyone explain why this was closed as off topic? thanks and sorry if i'd missed something.
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comment what is Centos 5's apache user/group
excellent thank you so much!!
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