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I bought a domain name via Posterous, tshepang.net. How do I set it up so that I can have one blog, movies.tshepang.net and another, FLOSS.tshepang.net? Posterous' help page isn't too helpful in that regard.

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You will need to create two A name records, one which says FLOSS.tshepang.net and another which says movies.tshepang.net. Create two posterous blogs, and link them to their corresponding domain names. I'm not too sure if this would work, because I don't know how posterous handles sub domains. Still you might want to try it out.

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