Running BIND9 in a chroot cage using NetBSD 1.6.2

Tuesday, 6 April 2004, 2:28 PM EST

This article serves as an update to these two papers:
- Running BIND9 in a chroot cage using NetBSD's new startup system by Hubert Feyrer
- DNS and BIND on NetBSD by Hoang Q. Tran.

This document does not explain anything more than successfully running BIND9 in a chroot cage under NetBSD. More advanced security measures are not covered.

By Tim Roden at Free Shell.

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