Re: bind9 in unstable
Thanks for the comments. Stock kernel.
Apparently, someone found and fixed this, as tonight an updated version
of the bind9 package (1:9.5.0.dfsg-3) was available, plus removing the
daemontools, daemontools-run, and djbdns, fixed the problem.
brian m. carlson wrote:
On Sun, Jun 15, 2008 at 10:32:40PM -0400, Dave Barnett wrote:
After installation, the daemon tries to start, but prints out:
Starting domain name service...: bindnamed: syscall(capset) failed:
Invalid argument: please ensure that the capset kernel module is
loaded. see insmod(8)
There doesn't appear to be a "capset" module. I found a comment from
my searching about a "capability" module, but that module does not
appear to be available.
Did you compile your own kernel? If you did, did you enable
CONFIG_SECURITY_CAPABILITIES and CONFIG_SECURITY_FILE_CAPABILITIES? If
you're using the Debian kernel, those should be built in.
capset is the system call to set capabilities (see capabilties(7) and
capset(2)). Obviously those won't work if you don't have capabilities