1999 The Central Ohio Linux User Group. // All rights reserved. // Released under the GPL, v. 2. See: LICENSE.TXT // This file: template/header.php // // // echo "\n"; print ""; echo "\n"; echo ""; echo ""; echo "Rossberry.com - The Home of the Mobile Linux Lab"; if ($title != "") { echo " -- $title"; } echo "\n"; // The next line lets us link the header page below // the top ditrectory, and have the buttons work // RPH -- 011124 echo ""; // // scheme://user:pass@host:port/path?query#fragment // //$REQUEST_URI = $_SERVER[REQUEST_URI]; $url=parse_url("$REQUEST_URI"); $svr=$url[host]; //$svr="www.rossberry.net"; $svr="www.rossberry.com"; $server = $server_name ; print ""; ?>

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DNS setup

As discussed on the Infrastructure page I prefer to run my DNS server on one of the vm's. It makes sense to run it with the build server so that all the OS configuration services for the vm's are in the same place.

If you have not installed the named server yet..

yum -y install bind

Grab the 5 named config files from

and place them in /etc on buildhost. Adjust any ip's necessary if you've veered from my one true way. You can also correct the your.email.your.domain. strings for completeness. Verify that the named server starts and is serving the addresses correctly.

1999 The Central Ohio Linux User Group. // All rights reserved. // Released under the GPL, v. 2. See: LICENSE.TXT // This file: template/footer.php // print "


"; // print " \n \n \n "; // $url=parse_url("$REQUEST_URI"); $scheme = $url[scheme]; $host = $url[host]; $whereami = $url[path]; $basename = exec("basename $whereami"); $REFERRER=exec("basename $whereami .php"); $SMURF = exec(" ls | grep $REFERRER | grep txt "); if ($SMURF != "") { ## echo ""; ## This next line of code opens the displayed code in a new window when uncommented echo ""; echo "\"View of "; echo ""; echo "$basename"; } else { print "\n"; print "\n"; } // print " Contact mll@rossberry.com Copyright\n © 2010, 2011 Jim Wildman.\n "; print "
All rights reserved.
"; ?>