I have a Raspberry Pi, and I'd like to use it as a DNS server on my LAN.
I'd like it to work like the following:
The Raspberry Pi is a DNS server, but not a fancy one. When it receives a request, if it doesn't have the result cached, it looks it up from another DNS server, and caches it for future.
I've looked at a few solutions, but they're all fiendishly complex, as if I'm setting up some kind of uber DNS solution for an enterprise.
All I want is to speed up repeated DNS requests to make web browsing faster.
Oh, OS is Debian Squeeze.