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   Table of Contents

   [1]FAQ

FAQ

   1. [2]Where can I find documentation about ruby?

   2. [3]I don't have IPv6 connectivity but ZoneCheck is still using IPv6
   addresses.

   3. [4]I want to use an interface other than the CLI.

   4. [5]The -d lvl option doesn't display earlier debugging messages

   5. [6]I would like to easily test ZoneCheck without doing a full
   installation.

   6. [7]Why do I get rubish or wrong results when doing the icmp test

   7. [8]Why did I get strange characters when using a locale other than
   US/English?

   8. [9]ZoneCheck complains about the lack of TCP connectivity for a
   djbdns/tinydns name server.

   9. [10]ZoneCheck crash when reading configuration files or the message
   catalog

   1. Where can I find documentation about ruby?                              
      Try the offical Ruby website: [11]http://www.ruby-lang.org/             
   2. I don't have IPv6 connectivity but ZoneCheck is still using IPv6        
      addresses.                                                              
      ZoneCheck only look for an enabled IPv6 stack to authorize the use of   
      IPv6 addresses. It would be a good idea to disable the IPv6 stack on    
      your computer if you don't have the connectivity or you can use the -4  
      option to force IPv4 only connectivity.                                 
   3. I want to use an interface other than the CLI.                          
      Use the environment variable ZC_INPUT set to your input mode, or use    
      the command line option --INPUT=im. The input modes currently supported 
      are CLI, CGI, inetd and GTK                                             
   4. The -d lvl option doesn't display earlier debugging messages            
      Some debugging messages are sent before the debugging level is          
      initialised by the command line, in this case use the environment       
      variable ZC_DEBUG set to the desired level. But keep in mind that       
      ZC_DEBUG will be overrided by the -d lvl option.                        
   5. I would like to easily test ZoneCheck without doing a full              
      installation.                                                           
      You can define the environment variable ZC_INSTALL_PATH to the initial  
      ZoneCheck directory.                                                    
   6. Why do I get rubish or wrong results when doing the icmp test           
      ZoneCheck use the command ping to perform this test, so you should set  
      the constants ping4 and ping6 in the configuration file so that the     
      ping is correctly invoked: stop after 5 echo requests, doesn't output   
      messages, and return an exit code of 0 in case of success.              
                                                                              
      If you are using ZoneCheck on the Window plateform, you better remove   
      the test.                                                               
   7. Why did I get strange characters when using a locale other than         
      US/English?                                                             
      The default encoding is UTF-8, either you can configure your terminal   
      to use UTF-8, or you can specify the desired encoding after the locale  
      by using a dot as separator (ex: LANG=fr.latin1); in the last case the  
      ruby-iconv package should have been installed.                          
   8. ZoneCheck complains about the lack of TCP connectivity for a            
      djbdns/tinydns name server.                                             
      Unfortunately, by default, djbdns/tinydns does not listen on TCP. See   
      [12]http://cr.yp.to/djbdns/tcp.html to enable it.                       
   9. ZoneCheck crash when reading configuration files or the message catalog 
      REXML is used to parse the XML files, but it only checks for well       
      formed XML and doesn't perform validation against the DTD, so when you  
      edit the configuration file or the message catalog you should ensure    
      that the files are valid, for that purpose you can use xmllint for      
      example.                                                                

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