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The results of a Google search on this topic are all "X solution". But the X interface are not allowed in the Suse Server I'm using, so I'm seeking for a "command line" solution of my problem.

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You'll want to use bind, to install and set bind to start automatically, do the following:

yast2 -i bind bind-chrootenv bind-devel bind-utils

chkconfig --add named
/etc/init.d/named start

You can then go to this guide to get details about configuring bind.

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