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dhcpcd ignores "force_hostname=YES" on diskless clients?
Recently updated to 9.99.12 on a diskless i386 system and when configuring
the network, 'dhcpcd' is not setting the hostname at all, but leaving
the machine with the boot-time short hostname provided to the kernel's
builtin DHCP client.
It doesn't even report "Setting hostname..."
I've not tried this with other diskless clients yet (all of which have
"force_hostname=YES" in their "dhcpcd.conf" files).
(Before the recent imports of later versions of 'dhcpcd', it failed to
obtain the FQDN on a sparc system and set the hostname as "localhost".)
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