Linux Name Services

Understanding DNS 87

The DNS Hierarchy 87

Answering Queries 88

The BIND Software 88

Configuring the Resolve 89

The Lightweight Resolver 94

Configuring a Domain Name Server 96

The named Configuration Filet 97

A Caching-Only Configuration 101

The Slave Server Configuration 106

The Master Server Configuration 107

Running named 119

named Signal Processing 120

The named Control Tools 121

Using the Host Table with DNS 124

In Sum 127

Chapter 5: Configuring a Mail Server 128

Overview 128

Using Mail Aliases 128

Defining Personal Mail Aliases 131

Using sendmail to Receive Mail 131

The sendmail Configuration File 132

The Local Info Section 133

The Options Section 134

The Message Precedence Section 135

The Trusted Users Section 135

The Format of Headers Section 136

The Rewriting Rules Section 137

The Mailer Definitions Section 139

Configuring the sendmail.cf File 142

Testing Your New Configuration 143

Using m4 to Configure sendmail 145

The m4 Macro Control File 146

The Linux OSTYPE File 147

Creating an m4 DOMAIN File 148

Building the m4 Configuration File 151

Building a sendmail Database 152

Testing the m4 Configuration 152

In Sum 153

Chapter 6: The Apache Web Server 154

Overview 154

Installing Apache 154

Running httpd 156

Configuring the Apache Server 158

The httpd.conf File 159

Loading Dynamic Shared Objects 161

Basic Server Directives 163

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