I have installed bind with yum install bind bind-chroot.I am having query timeouts due to no ipv6 connectivity.Is there a way to re-compile and not loose the chroot structure?Or is there another way to disable ipv6 lookups?Example of issue resulting in ipv4 query timeout:
30-Dec-2010 17:52:03.226 client x.x.x.x#53593: view internal: query: paypal.com.cms.local IN A + 30-Dec-2010 17:52:03.227 client x.x.x.x#53594: view internal: query: paypal.com.cms.local IN AAAA + 30-Dec-2010 17:52:03.228 client x.x.x.x#53595: view internal: query: paypal.com IN A +
I am configuring bind9 on fedora 9(sulphur).I have configured /etc/named.conf and created zone file in /var/named/I have started the service but when I am executing the command nslookup mydomain.com it is not able to resolve the name.Another problem I am facing when I do telnet localhost 53,I am able to connect.but when I do telnet myip 53 it does not connect.Seems to be a firewall problem but I ve disabled iptables selinux completely even I ve disabled dnsmasq but still not working.
I just tried to upgrade my server to the latest version of Bind9 and the process fails gets frozen.First note that I have Bind in a chroot jail.When I try the upgrade, or the recommended "dpkg --configure -a", it displays this then hangs:Quote:
Setting up bind9 (1:9.7.0.dfsg.P1-1ubuntu0.1) ... * Stopping domain name service... bind9 rndc: connection to remote host closed
Today I saw that there was an update available for my LAMP server that involved BIND. So after I ran an apt-get upgrade i got the following big stack of messages ending sadly with error and I cannot upgade the of "fix" the system after that. Any Ideas? code...
i'm trying to get a bind server up and running on my opensuse installation but I'm having some slight problems, I've been looking for a solution to what is probably a silly problem for quite a while so I decided to come here.
I'm trying to compile fluxconf from source (here). It's a graphical ui for setting up the menus in fluxbox. I've got all the libraries, but when I compile it says:
cc1: warnings being treated as errors fluxconf.c: In function sauver: fluxconf.c:244: error: format not a string literal and no format arguments fluxconf.c:187: error: ignoring return value of write, declared with attribute warn_unused_result
that doesn't look like a dependency issue and other people seem to be able to compile/make this just fine with no problems. How can I get this to compile?
I upgraded to Ubuntu 10.04 2.6.32-10-generic today. After a succesful update that fixed a couple of nagging problems on my laptop (nice work guys) I started VMware Workstation. I got the expected "Before you can run VMware, several modules must be compiled..."
The compile errors out and points to the setup log. I have searched and found several very similar posts all relating to build-essential or kernel-headers not being installed. I have verified both are installed and up to date.
Here's the important part of the log:
Code: Jan 15 17:39:16.079: app-139708855981824| Trying to find a suitable PBM set for kernel 2.6.32-10-generic. Jan 15 17:39:16.080: app-139708855981824| Building module vmmon.
i tried to find a .deb for FreeCiv but can't find nothing, and the unofficial packages shows one from getdeb, but there was no file, like usual, i have never found anything at getdeb! how come you love that site that much?.
Anyway, i still want to install a couple of games, for instant freeciv, how to compile these tar.bz2 packages?
Here any know how to compile the driver file manually?
For example i have been insert the Realtek Ethernet card in my customized kernel and kernel can't detect the card. I know the c file 8139too.c which going to use by the realtek Ethernet card.but i don't know to how to compile the file and make this as a kernel module..
I have a new PC with an Intel Atom D510 and would like to recompile the kernel with the options for the Atom CPU, but as you can imagine, compiling the kernel on the Atom is extremely slow. How do I compile the kernel on my faster X86_64 (AMD 965X) system for the Atom D510 system? I read some documentation on doing a cross compile and another on changing the architecture and subarctitecture.
I'm trying to compile gimp on ubuntu 9.10 and I'm stuck during the ./configure stage I'm getting the following:
Code: checking for GLIB - version >= 2.24.0... no *** Could not run GLIB test program, checking why... *** The test program compiled, but did not run. This usually means The config.log complains that it's missing glib.h.
If aptitude shows libglib2.0-dev installed the pc file must exist somewhere.. how to verify that libglib2.0-dev is installed correctly?
this is how to set your ubuntu for compiling to use multi processor. some older packages require you to use only 1 processor. so comment the export make flag, then "echo $MAKEFLAGS" to see how many processors your using you might need to "source .bashrc" to update the rc file
I am trying to get Frostwire for Fedora 12 and the RPM download does not work, I have been checking the web the past 8 hours trying to find version 4.20.3 in RPM format but i came up with nothing. I have a prevous version of it so please do not suggest I get a older version or limewire because limewire has a totally different problem. I downloaded the .tar.gz file and I have no idea how to install it. I think I heard something about having to compile it but to be honest I am compleatly lost in doing this. I have tried other online fourms about how to compile but i just do not really understand them. If you know how will you please give me a detailed, step-by-step guide on how to compile and install Frostwire.
When I try to run VMware 7.1.4-385536.x86_64 I see this message: "Before you can run VMware, several modules must be compiled and loaded into the running kernel GCC 4.6.0 GNU C Compiler (gcc) version 4.6.0 was not found etc.." I am running: 126.96.36.199-0.fc15.x86_64
Where do I find the linux-source package and the linux-headers package? Are they on the CD that I can copy to /usr/src (is that the right place...)? Or do I need to download them from the old-releases.ubuntu.com site?
The issue now is that the nVidia installer from their website wants the source code to build the right packages for this machine, however, I do not have the src directory with the source code that it is looking for. Is there some way to give this too it now?
I am new to Linux, and I just tried to compile a program (powertab tools) from source. I'm having som problems doing that. The "./configure" command works fine, but when I run "make", it gives an error:
Code: seppe@Thuis:~$ cd ptabtools-0.5.0 seppe@Thuis:~/ptabtools-0.5.0$ ./configure checking for gcc... gcc checking for C compiler default output file name... a.out checking whether the C compiler works... yes checking whether we are cross compiling... no
I have several servers running 3ware 9750 raid controller cards. The 9750 does not have a driver built into the linux kernel and must be manually added during installation. This hasn't been a problem as I had a driver compiled for the kernel versions I was using.
There isn't a driver available precompiled for 10.04.3. I would like to compile one from the source code I downloaded from the manufacturer, but I am not sure where to start. I've looked for some sort of walkthrough or directions, but I haven't had any luck. I've compiled and installed software from source, but I have a feeling that drivers are probably a bit more complicated, especially since I will need to compile the driver on a system that does not have the same kernel version.
I have played around with Fedora for a few years and recently switched to Ubuntu. I am installing VMWare Workstation version 7.1.0 from a retail packaged CD. When I attempt to install VMWare Workstation and VMWare Player I get the following error:
Aug 15 16:24:54.826: app-3078788800| Your GCC version: 4.5 Aug 15 16:24:54.837: app-3078788800| Your GCC version: 4.5 Aug 15 16:24:54.889: app-3078788800| Trying to find a suitable PBM set for kernel 2.6.38-10-generic. Aug 15 16:24:54.895: app-3078788800| Trying to find a suitable PBM set for kernel 2.6.38-10-generic..... Aug 15 16:24:56.163: app-3078788800| Failed to compile module vmmon!
I tried installing the patch for kernal 2.6.38-8 found here - [URL] - but it did not resolve the issue. Is there a patch for kernal 2.6.38-10?
I also found this posting for the same problem: [URL]. I followed the following instructions as advised in the post . . . sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install make sudo apt-get install gcc
Then enter: uname -r
My kernel was: 2.6.38-10-generic sudo apt-get install build-essential linux-headers-2.6.38-10-generic Now run the vmware-install.pl script.
Everything ran without error. However, I continue to get the same error. Another post suggested uninstalliung and reinstalling the software, but this had no affect either. Another post suggested that after running the above update to them run the /usr/bin/vmware-config.pl script. However I do not seem to have the vmware-config.pl in my /usr/bin directory. I checked the various VMWARE directories in /etc and the /tmp/vmware-root directories but no vmware-config.pl
I have a new machine with an Intel 82579lm network card (needs an e1000e driver, I believe). I got Debian installed, but it doesn't have access to the Internet, because it needs a driver for that card. So, I managed to download the card driver on another computer and transfer it to this computer. Problem is that when I run 'make install' for the card driver, it turns out that my Debian install doesn't have 'make'.
I could compile the card source on another computer with Debian. Problem is that computer has a different architecture (old amd 32 bit machine vs. new intel i7 64 bit) than the machine with the problem card. Am guessing that the compiled driver module won't work on a different kind of machine.
Another possibility is to check in synaptic on my old 32-bit machine and use "Generate package download script" to determine where synaptic is getting the 'make' package from and all its dependencies. I also would need to modify the downloads to get the packages for the 64bit machine. *Assuming* that a) the dependencies in Synaptic on the old 32-bit machine will be the same as for a 64bit machine and b) I correctly identify all necessary packages and their proper names for the amd64 architecture, I should be able to move the files to the new machine and compile what I need to compile.
Actually I had a folder called Lib, in which I had a few libraries installed and configured.(MPI, PETSc, SLEPc) I accidently deleted (by rm) the contents of that folder.
Then I reinstalled MPI,PETSC,SLEPC using the same tarballs as earlier(thus, the version etc. is the same).
I already had a fortran program with many modules and subroutine files, and the corresponding makefile which used to compile and run fine. But now when I type "make" in the same directory as before, I get this: (shortened, many similar errors)
Firstly, why is mpif90 compiling my program when I didnt tell it to? In my makefile, I have specified gfortran as my compiler....nowhere have I even mentioned mpif90. Such a thing never used to occur before.
Also, if I rename file_variable.f to file_variable.f90, these errors dissappear (I understand why, but that is not the problem), but a new error comes:
Why is the new MPI installation interfering with make ? I want to go back to how things were before I stupidly broke all installations. The errors themselves are not the problem, the problem is why the new mpi installation is interfering with make.
It seems as if mpif90 has taken over make and gfortran. I suppose I didnt install it correctly, or probably I didnt uninstall the earlier one correctly.
Everything that worked earlier doesnt work suddenly. I use ubuntu 11.04 MPICH2-1.3.2