BIND 8/9

2003-02-04 Thread Dan Delaney
Hello all. I have a few questions about BIND on FreeBSD. 1) Since BIND 8 comes in the base installation of FreeBSD (4.8 and 5), why is there a BIND 8 port in the ports collection? 2) Why doesn't FreeBSD 5 come with BIND 9 in the base installation instead of BIND 8? Is there some problem with

Re: BIND 8/9

2003-02-04 Thread Daniel Bye
On Tue, Feb 04, 2003 at 10:03:11AM -0500, Dan Delaney wrote: Hello all. I have a few questions about BIND on FreeBSD. 1) Since BIND 8 comes in the base installation of FreeBSD (4.8 and 5), why is there a BIND 8 port in the ports collection? Don't know, but I guess it's so you can install it

Re: BIND 8/9

2003-02-04 Thread Kirk Strauser
At 2003-02-04T15:03:11Z, Dan Delaney [EMAIL PROTECTED] writes: 1) Since BIND 8 comes in the base installation of FreeBSD (4.8 and 5), why is there a BIND 8 port in the ports collection? The version in the base system is 8.3.3. The version in ports is 8.3.4. 2) Why doesn't FreeBSD 5 come

Re: BIND 8/9

2003-02-04 Thread Daniel Goepp
] Sent: Tuesday, February 04, 2003 10:20 AM Subject: Re: BIND 8/9 On Tue, Feb 04, 2003 at 10:03:11AM -0500, Dan Delaney wrote: Hello all. I have a few questions about BIND on FreeBSD. 1) Since BIND 8 comes in the base installation of FreeBSD (4.8 and 5), why is there a BIND 8 port

Re: BIND 8/9

2003-02-04 Thread Dan Delaney
On Tuesday, February 4, 2003, at 10:20 AM, Daniel Bye wrote: You shouldn't need to - the version form the ports gets installed in /usr/local/. All you need to do is define named_program in /etc/rc.conf, and the system will do the right thing. The amount of disk space you would save by removing

Re: BIND 8/9

2003-02-04 Thread Daniel Bye
On Tue, Feb 04, 2003 at 11:10:26AM -0500, Dan Delaney wrote: On Tuesday, February 4, 2003, at 10:20 AM, Daniel Bye wrote: You shouldn't need to - the version form the ports gets installed in /usr/local/. All you need to do is define named_program in /etc/rc.conf, and the system will do the

Re: BIND 8/9

2003-02-04 Thread Jan Grant
On Tue, 4 Feb 2003, Daniel Goepp wrote: So in a more general sense, does anyone know what the planned future is for better control of what is and isn't installed? Yes. The plan/aspiration is to eventually have a system that's completely managed as fine-grained packages. At least, that's the

Re: BIND 8/9

2003-02-04 Thread Giorgos Keramidas
On 2003-02-04 10:03, Dan Delaney [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello all. I have a few questions about BIND on FreeBSD. 1) Since BIND 8 comes in the base installation of FreeBSD (4.8 and 5), why is there a BIND 8 port in the ports collection? For anyone else who needs the latest BIND version, but