Nuke wrote:/var/log/messages does not exist. /var/run/named is empty.
On some systems you'd find syslog messages are being recorded in /var/log/syslog, another file in /var/log, or even under /var/adm. But rather than guessing, you should check the file /etc/syslog.conf or /etc/rsyslog.conf and look for a line like this:Nuke wrote:Syslog as in /sys/log/? It doesn't exist.
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It's complaining because your regular-user account doesn't have permission to run chmod on /var/run/named. Which is as it should be.EDIT: It seems that by removing sudo from my command, it gives more information.
Nuke wrote:So I tried booting up BIND9 on my Ubuntu to start a DNS server on there so that I could get a domain name up and running.
It simply said "[fail]" in red in Terminal on my Ubuntu.
So...any advice, Nekochan?
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