Subject: uname question
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Stephen Anspach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/07/1994 12:19:26
When I invoke "uname -n", I simply get my nodename (xor), but not the FQDN
(xor.lax.primenet.com). I believe this is incorrect behavior, yes?
/etc/myname is "xor", and /etc/defaultdomain is ".lax.primenet.com". I
took a look at the uname src, and it apparently gets its information from the
variable KERN_HOSTNAME. .../compile/SPACH/vers.c looks like:
char version = "NetBSD 1.0 (SPACH) #0: Mon Dec 5 22:27:06 PST 1994\n spach@xor:/usr/src/sys/arch/amiga/compile/SPACH\n";
Where is this taking it's info from? The current kernel in memory, or
/etc/myname? Should I just "fix" the kernel info and recompile, or am I
- Steve -
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