Subject: Re: uname question
To: None <email@example.com>
From: Stephen Anspach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 12/07/1994 13:56:13
> /etc/myname can be your FQDN (that's what i use), or it can be what
> you add do your 'domain' (in /etc/resolv.conf) to get your FQDN.
Hum. Well, I changed /etc/myname to reflect my FQDN and everything seems
fine. /etc/resolv.conf I have as:
So shouldn't that have worked? I mean, I haven't had any problems with
mail, news, etc. so I guess it _was_ working after a fashion...
> you misunderstand what /etc/defaultdomain is for: it's your YP domain
> name, if you're using YP.
I did. Thanks for the clarification. My boxes aren't connected yet, so
I'm not using YP as of now...
> A bad naming convention, perhaps, but unless i'm mistaken,
> /etc/defaultdomain was picked because it mached sun's name scheme.
Sounds like Sun is slowly becoming the Microsloth of the UNIX world...
- Steve -
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