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Debian server administration tools (GUI)

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gadmintools - GTK+ server administration tools.Gadmintools consists of several easy to use GTK+ server administration tools for the following servers:

* gbindadmin - ISC BIND DNS server
* gdhcpd - ISC DHCPD server
* gproftpd - Proftpd FTP server
* gsambad - Samba SMB server

Install server administration tools in Debian

#apt-get install gadmintools

This will install all the required packages

gbindadmin - ISC BIND DNS server

GBIND admin is an easy to use GTK+ administration tool for ISC BIND. It handles multiple domains and can switch between master and slave domains. It can change the domain name for entire domains and subdomains, including domain resources such as MX, A, AAAA, CNAME, and NS. It can also generate and set up secret keys for rndc, construct a chroot environment, and handle DDNS operations. Gbind admin and Gdhcpd is a great combination for setting up DDNS domains.

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