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5. The End

5.1 Launching BIND

Everything should be set up, and you should be ready to put your new, more secure BIND into action. Assuming you set up a SysV-style init script, you can simply launch it as:

# /etc/rc.d/init.d/named start
Make sure you kill any old versions of BIND still running before doing this.

5.2 That's It!

You can go take a nap now ;-).


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