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On Aug 21, 2008, at 6:25 AM, Linux Addict wrote:
> ListAcc wrote:
>> Linux Addict wrote:
>>
>> + case "$1" in
>> + start
>> + '[' -x /usr/sbin/named ']'
>> + exit 5
>>
>>
>> --Otis
>>
>>

>
> This is what your problem is:
>
> ROOTDIR/${named_conf} failed:
>
> If you are running on chroot environment, make sure named.conf placed
> correctly. So it will be "ROOTDIR Value in etc sysconfig named" /
> named.conf


Not correct. What failed is `[ -x /usr/sbin/named ]`. As another
poster indicated, configuring without --prefix yields an installation
in /usr/local instead of /usr.

The OP should recompile, starting from the configure step. The
configure command must be given arguments setting "prefix" to "/usr",
plus resetting the locations of named.conf and named.pid. Try './
configure --help | less' for a list of all available options.

Chris Buxton
Professional Services
Men & Mice

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