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  1. Wow.. I need to find a more popular forum. This question of mine is 15 months old.. and it's on the TOP of the list.
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    DNS Server?

    Maybe I'm missing something, but all I see there (instead of setting up some sort of account for dns servioes) is a picture of a server. Do you perchance mean www.everydns.net ?
  3. So.. in this setup, "66.143.31.24" is your public, outside ip address? or is "24.194.246.98" I am 100% dns naive.. Here's my understanding, and feel free to tell me if I am wrong. Every dns server basically cascades every other dns server. It would be best, of course, if I have a static IP address to my machine at my location. Assuming I do, and this information is true.. Here is the information about my current internet connection [cable modem] info as reported to my router, all these ips are obviously given to my router by the cable modem. IP Address 68
  4. ---- Dunn'o, it just didn't work. <{POST_SNAPBACK}> Do you have more than one cd rom drive in the system? With windows, I've had a similair problem, where I would boot up of the winXP cd, and for some reason, the system would try to check the OTHER drive. Pull the system down to bare minimums. - Just the optical, just one hdd [unless you've got a raid] -- You can always add other drives later. Take out any unneeded peripheral cards, as well.
  5. Ok. First off, configuration info Athlon 1ghz, (32 bit obviously) redhat 9 (2.4.28-9) using vsftpd factoids * I have successfully configued vsftpd to be publicly available on the internet. * I have configured anonymous user logins * anonymous users can download whatever they can SEE * anonymous users can create directories * anon users can enter those directories and upload files to them What they can't do is.. Delete directories (and I don't want them to be able to) Delete files in directories (and I don't want them to be able to) Browse directories they creat
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