[CentOS] Help me

Sadaruwan Samaraweera slinuxworld at gmail.com
Tue Aug 26 08:11:51 UTC 2008


Hi Again,

      It's not your ISPConfig software that giving trouble it's your
hardware drivers or your network card it self check them both.

Regards,
Sadaruwan

On Tue, Aug 26, 2008 at 1:37 PM, John R Pierce <pierce at hogranch.com> wrote:

> T. Batbaatar wrote:
>
>> Hi all
>>
>> I use the CentOS4.4 with *ISPConfig**Version:* 2.2.24
>>
>>
> ISPConfig is not a CentOS 4 package as far as I know, so I dunno what
> significance this has in regards to the rest of your questions.
>
>  Sometimes my server network card deactivated.
>>
>> How to fix this problem.
>>
>
>
> nowheres near enough information to answer this.   this could be  a
> hardware problem with the server, it could be a network problem with the
> local area network, it could be a configuration problem, its very hard to
> say based only on whats given here.
>
>
>
>> My BIND 9.2.4 how to update.
>>
>
> # yum update bind
>
> will fetch the latest bind supported on CentOS 4.   Actually, you probably
> should run...
>
> # yum update
>
> as there are quite a few other critical system updates since 4.4 was
> released.
>
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