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BIND 9.6.1-P2 64bit version for Solaris 10 sparc edition

BIND 9.6.1-P2 is a SECURITY PATCH for BIND 9.6.1. It addresses a
potential cache poisoning vulnerability, in which data in the additional
section of a response could be cached without proper DNSSEC validation

I just done recompiling DNS server BIND 9.6.1-P2 security updated version for Sun Solaris 10 x64 bit sparc edition binary. It’s fully tested and runned on the Sun Fire T2000 with 16 core SUNW,UltraSPARC-T1 1000MHz. This binary compiled with Sun Studio 12 C compiler and therefore not necessary to use or install addition GnuCC C libraries in to the system. Also for copyright my works I signed all binaries with my contact details.

You can download it from this address:

BIND 9.6-P2 updated and patched version x64 Solaris sparc


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UNIX Systems Professional Engineer
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Mac OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard vanilla installation to the PC laptop & desktop.

Step 1: Download cdboot.iso and burn it to a DVD double layer disk DVD9 format.
This DVD contain fully original Snow Leopard 10.6 DVD9 with additional Extra kernel extensions
support install into PC Intel Core2Duo based laptops or desktops ( depend from you).


Size             MD5                                                          Filename

209715200 F4B7605FFAB8BC1A3F91260E8B4985AA
209715200 6578565955F260ECC8765273E0C8C04A
209715200 0B8B84C1FCCB24AA6A6FA8B88D7A17EF
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How To: Mac OS X Snow Leopard TimeMashine over iSCSI NetApp

Here I will provide successfully solution how to make Backup disk for Mac OS X 10.6 "Snow Leopard" over iSCSI LUN from NetAPP.

Following this instruction:
1) downloading iSCSI initialization for Mac OS X 10.5x
2) Unzip and mount it by diskutil and install "globalSAN iSCSI 3.3.0 Installer.mpkg" by double click, following the installation instruction at the end is necessary to rebook Mac for installing iSCSI kernel extension.
3) After Mac restarted, open "System Preferences" – > "globalSAN iSCSI" ( in Studio Network solutions ).
4) goto to preferences tab and copy the "Initiator Name". Example: ""
5) Now connecting to the NetApp command line interface and execute bellow commands:

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