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Old 22nd October 2009, 04:16 AM
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unbound enabled in services, but after reboot, it shows "this service is dead"

I have just installed unbound for DNS stuffs, and it works correctly, but it seems it won't start (or is immediately dying after starting) when I boot the machine. It just shows "this service is dead" in the services panel. If I click "Start" in the services interface, it works fine, but obviously I don't want to have to manually start it every time I boot.

Any help?

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