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Old Feb 16, 2010, 04:34 PM   #1
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Mistake on DNS

Hi all,
I've got a SL server fresh installed 1 months ago on a mac mini, at first I tried to upgrade from 10.5.
Unfortunately all the wikies was gone ( intensively used in more groups).

After an installed from scratch, I had rebuilded all the wiki-post from scratch (thank you apple, fortunately have to be easy to upgrade).
Anyway, now seems not well configured machine DNS, during installation the installer purpose me a reverse DNS from my ISP.

It's easy do change? Could be a troubleshooting for other services installed? (iCal/Wiki/Open Directory, ecc)?
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