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Fedora Core 3 Update: system-config-bind-4.0.0-12 Print E-mail
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Posted by Benjamin D. Thomas   
Fedora Updated package.
Fedora Update Notification

Product     : Fedora Core 3
Name        : system-config-bind
Version     : 4.0.0                      
Release     : 12                  
Summary     : The Red Hat BIND DNS Configuration Tool.
Description :
The system-config-bind package provides a graphical user interface (GUI) to
configure the Berkeley Internet Name Domain (BIND) Domain Name System (DNS)
server, "named", with a set of python modules.
Users new to BIND configuration can use this tool to quickly set up a working
DNS server.


 New, completely rewritten version of system-config-bind, with 
 major advantages over its predecessor,
 bindconf / redhat-config-bind / system-config-bind-2.0.x :

 o Will actually write named.conf and zone files successfully!
 o No longer requires named.custom for constructs it "doesn't understand" 

 o understands and configures all named.conf and zone database file constructs

 o supports all named configuration options

 o supports all zone RDATA types 

 o preserves comments and formatting in existing named.conf and zone db files

 o does not require that any bind configuration is installed to start up - 
   will install initial default configuration if none found

 o cannot install configuration files unacceptable to named 
 o fully supports Access Control List configuration with GUI
 o supports generation and configuration of Keys from GUI 

 o fully supports bind9 Views
 o support for basic DNSSEC configuration 

 o has hosts(5) import facility

 o support for configuration of all BIND-9 IPv6 features

 o automatic generation of PTR when A/AAAA created, or of A/AAAA when PTR created

 o has built-in User Guide and Manual

 NOTE: only the English Language version is currently available.
       Work on non-English translations is in progress 

 Fixed bug 156884 .

* Wed May  4 2005 Jason Vas Dias  - 4.0.0-12

- fix bug 156884: regenerate for FC-3;
                  handle named.conf with NO options clause .

* Wed Apr 27 2005 Jason Vas Dias  - 4.0.0-10

- Add User Guide & Manual in /usr/share/doc/system-config-bind-4.0.0

* Wed Apr 27 2005 Miloslav Trmac  - 4.0.0-9

- Remove dependency on 4Suite (#155113)

* Wed Apr 27 2005 Jeremy Katz  - 4.0.0-8

- silence %post

* Mon Apr  4 2005 Jason Vas Dias  - 4.0.0-7

- fix bug 153035: gtk.FALSE/TRUE deprecation warnings

* Mon Mar 28 2005 Christopher Aillon 

- added .spec file icon cache update

* Tue Mar  8 2005 Jason Vas Dias  - 4.0.0-4

- fix bug 150011
- Add DNSsec capabilities.

* Tue Feb  1 2005 Jason Vas Dias  - 4.0.0-3

- fix bugs 146475, 146606, 143780

* Fri Dec 17 2004 Jason Vas Dias  - 4.0.0-1

- Initial build.

This update can be downloaded from:

9382f9d3142a9c4a13c3bae57908930f  SRPMS/system-config-bind-4.0.0-12.src.rpm
a81a9aab48bf3ff9fe5e5e9b6d468184  x86_64/system-config-bind-4.0.0-12.noarch.rpm
a81a9aab48bf3ff9fe5e5e9b6d468184  i386/system-config-bind-4.0.0-12.noarch.rpm

This update can also be installed with the Update Agent; you can
launch the Update Agent with the 'up2date' command.  

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