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SubjectRe: [PATCH] Add compile domain (was: Re: [PATCH] Well, Linus seems to like Lordi...)
On Thu, May 25, 2006 at 07:54:06PM +0100, Alistair John Strachan wrote:
> This is probably a broken configuration, but it would cause a regression for
> me:
> [alistair] 19:53 [~] hostname
> damocles
> [alistair] 19:52 [~] hostname --fqdn
> localhost
> "localhost" isn't very descriptive if I'm trying to figure out which machine a
> dmesg came from.

rceng02:~# hostname
rceng02:~# hostname -f
rceng02:~# head -1 /etc/hosts rceng02.eng.lan localhost.localdomain localhost

I always thought that was how it worked. The first hostname in
/etc/hosts on the line containing the short name was used as the FQDN.
Maybe that is only a gnu hostname thing. I seem to recall solaris had a
domainname file that was used to find the domain part of the FQDN

Len Sorensen
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