Re: workstation boots but can't find kstartupconfig and OpenDNS setup?
Thanks. Before I made the change to the pdns.conf I could get google, debian, yahoo and wikipedia but NOT skolelinux.no or most other websites! Where does pdns-recursor lookup DNS for websites it doesn't already know about?
--- On Wed, 12/29/10, Ronny Aasen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> From: Ronny Aasen <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: workstation boots but can't find kstartupconfig and OpenDNS setup?
> To: "David Goldstrom" <firstname.lastname@example.org>, "email@example.com" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Wednesday, December 29, 2010, 3:12 AM
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> On 29. des. 2010 02:21, David Goldstrom wrote:
> > Both problems solved (and I'll try to add to the
> > 1. Changing the machine name to static00 got it to
> boot as a diskless workstation. It also boots as a thin
> client on the same address (10.0.2.50).
> > 2. Getting the ethernet to work required setting the
> "recursion=(put OpenDNS nameservers here seperated by a
> comma)" variable in the powerDNS cofiguration file
> tjener should have a valid recursor server installed, so
> changing the
> recursive server should not be nessecary unless you have
> some spesial
> network issues. or a bug. if you want to troubleshoot you
> can check that
> the pdns-recursor is installed and running
> unless you want to use opendns for some other reason. then
> your change
> makes sense.
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