How do I install dig?


Flarum runs on top of the LAMP stack. So the first step in getting it up and running on your server is to use the DigitalOcean LAMP One-Click application or to follow this tutorial:

We'll also need Composer installed. You can get a lot more details about how to use Composer in this tutorial, but for now we'll just quickly install it with:

sudo apt-get install curl php5-cli git curl -sS | sudo php -- --install-dir=/usr/local/bin --filename=composer

Now we can install Flarum directly in Apache's document root:

cd /var/www/html composer create-project flarum/flarum . --stability=beta sudo chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www/html

We'll also have to make some configuration changes to Apache. Enable URL rewriting by running:

Then we'll need to add the following block inside of the Apache VritualHost located at `It allows the.htaccess` file installed with Flarum to function:

AllowOverride All

Now we'll...

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Question: I followed your tutorial – how to identify the DNS server IP address configured on my CentOS 6 using the dig command and ran into an error as shown below:

-bash: dig: command not found

Well, the error was clear. So I tried to install dig via yum as shown below:

[root@cloud2 ~]# yum install dig

Unfortunately, yum couldn’t find a package in the repository. Please help me to install dig on CentOS-6?


Sometimes the command might be shipped as part of a package. It means, dig is not a package by itself and it’s packaged in bind-utils. So it’s a good idea to find out which package the command dig belongs to? Follow the tutorial: How to Find Which Package an Executable or File belongs to in RedHat/CentOS/Fedora?

[root@cloud2 ~]# yum provides *bin/dig Loaded plugins: fastestmirror Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile * base: * extras: * remi-safe: * updates:...
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How do I install Image::Magick on Debian etch?

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I've been trying to install Image::Magick on Debian etch for a while without great success. I've got graphicsmagick-libmagick-dev-compat installed, but can't find the .deb for Perl's Image::Magick. And cpan -i Image::Magick gives me all sorts of compilation errors. Does anyone know the good combination of software so I can finally write use Image::Magick?

How to run R version > 3 on EC2 or update Debian

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I am trying to run R on AWS. I followed these instructions: and Although I'm successfully running R on the cloud, I found that it is an old version of R (2.11.1). As a result, it does not support many packages such as "RODBC" and "plyr." I think...

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This post will show you how to install Dig (Domain Information Groper) on Windows 8.1. Dig is a DNS (Domain Name System) command that gives you lots more information than NSlookup, but is not installed on Windows by default.

Download from

Under the BIND heading, click the download button of the “Current-stable” release.

Select current stable version

Select your version (32-bit, 64-bit)

Download options of Dig for Windows

Right click on the download, select “Extract All…” and extract the package to your chosen location

Extract menu

I’ve put it in C:\Program Files

extract files location

Depending on where you extract the files, you may have to provide administrator permission (check the “Do this for all current items” check box and click Continue).

Confirm administrator permission to copy files

You can now use Dig via the command line by opening a command prompt,...

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dig is a command-line tool for querying DNS name servers for information about host addresses, mail exchanges, name servers, and related information. The dig(1) man page is somewhat lacking when it comes to examples, a shortcoming this article tries to remedy.

The source code for dig is part of the larger ISC BIND distribution. Compiling and installing BIND are topics outside the scope of this document, but on Linux systems dig is usually part of a common package: bind-tools (Gentoo), bind-utils (Red Hat, Fedora), or dnsutils (Debian).

If you’re looking for information on configuring the BIND name server, you might find my article BIND for the Small LAN more to your taste.

The most typical, simplest query is for a single host. By default, however, dig is pretty verbose. You probably don’t need all the information in the default output, but it’s probably worth knowing what it is. Below is an annotated query.

That’s the command-line invocation of dig I...

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8 Linux Dig (Domain Information Groper) Command to Query DNS Dig stands for (Domain Information Groper) is a network administration command-line tool for querying Domain Name System (DNS) name servers.

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This guide explains how to install dig dns tool on windows 10 in few steps. It is just a little bit modified How to install DIG dns tool on windows 7 guide.

1. First go to and look for BIND, click on download button

2. and choose right version, for my windows I'm downloading win - 64bit version

3. when we sucesfully downloaded the archive file, extract the zipfile content to a temporary directory on your workstation.

4. go into this directory and run as Administrator "BINDInstall.exe", then choose the "Tools only" option and target directory where to install dig, I had choosen c:\Program Files\dig

5. Next add the path of the dig folder (c:\Program Files\dig\bin) to the system PATHS variable. We should do it following way:

within win 10 search box type environment variables

Then choose "Edit the system environment variable" and type admin passwd if needed....

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On this page we will dig into how to install a French drain system to reduce drainage problems in your lawn, yard or garden. Officially a French drain is a gravel drain with no pipe. The water just collects in and travels through in a gravel or stone filled channel that starts from the surface or just below it. But in modern times, and for practical purposes, we will consider a French drain to include a drainage pipe in the gravel.

Another difference you will notice here is that while other drainage guides recommend fairly narrow trenches for their French Drains - often only 6 inches wide - my recommendation is that your trenches be between 8 and 12 inches wide for the following reasons:

A wider French drain will last longer The capacity to collect and disperse water is better when wider It is easier to dig and grade a wide French drain, especially when it gets deep

We will look at each of these points in detail...

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This installation procedure will extract only relevant libraries and executables from the BIND 9 package, and not install a full-blown DNS server. The installation method is also applicable on Windows 7 64-bit systems.

Head over to and download the BIND 9.10.0-P2 package. Select the 64-bit version and leave the 32-bit package as a last resort. The 64-bit version is dependent on the Microsoft Visual C++ Redistributable package, which you can download and install from

Why is it preferable to go with the 64-bit version of BIND 9 on a Windows 64-bit system, when 32-bit applications work just fine? Since dig is a command line tool there are a few things to take into account. On a Windows 64-bit system, the command line interpreter (cmd.exe) will be running in 64-bit mode. That means it will look for executables under %SystemRoot%\System32\.
The System32 folder, despite its...

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Download dig command tool for windows and perform advanced DNS queries using dig command on windows. The dig command which comes as a part of Linux is very useful for performing DNS lookups on domain names and provides detailed information like TTL and class type. It is now possible to use the dig command on windows also. I’ve included the dig package for windows with this post and also step-by-step instructions on how to use it.

Step 1:- Download dig for windows

The files required for dig command is available with BIND DNS software you can download the software from their official website unzip it and separate the files dig.exe, libbind9.dll, liblwres.dll, libisccfg.dll, libdns.dll, libisc.dll, libxml2.dll. For your convenience I’ve attached a zip file containing these files.

Download dig command for windows and extract the files to your hard disk.

Step 2:- Paste the files inside System32 folder

You’ll now have a total of 7 files, one exe file...

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Use a sod-cutting spade or tree-planter's dibble to cut the lawn in the desired shape of your flower bed. It is most effective to make the cuts straight downwards (vertical), as this will provide the proper angle for the lawn edging. Push your spade down below the level of the grass roots (at least 10 inches). Now, lever the handle of your spade downward to lift up the sod you wish to remove. This completely loosens all of the grass roots.


Remove the sods: Cut the sod into pieces. Turn the sods upside down and hit the soil-laden roots with the flat part of your spade to loosen the soil. Don't cut the roots with the edge of your spade as this will create root cuttings that will grow if left in your flower bed. Shake out this soil into your flower bed. Toss the sods in your compost upside down where they can decompose, if you so desire.


Dig a trench at the edge of your line: The trench should be as deep as your plastic lawn edging...

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