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[leafnode-list] Re: FQDN v. localhost
> ve registered the FQDN of <arrakis.doesntexist.org> through <http://
> www.dyndns.com/> as per <http://leafnode.sourceforge.net/doc_en/README-
> FQDN.html>. However, I want to still be able to go to <http://localhost/
> phpmyadmin/>. The FQDN is strictly for leafnode.
> I'll also be installing <http://code.google.com/p/feed-on-feeds/>, which
> I also want to put on <http://localhost/> rather than the FQDN.
> Apache 2, MySQL and phpMyAdmin are currently working fine with the
> localhost name, and I don't want to break this.
> Going by <http://gentoo-wiki.com/TIP_Setup_Your_FQDN> it mentions to
> configure the /etc/conf.d/hostname file. For my purposes, how should
> this file be configured?
> I should configure the box so that it uses a FQDN, for leafnode, then
> configure apache so that localhost also works?
Don't worry about the localhost name - it works in addition to your
FQDN. So you can just set
in /etc/conf.d/hostname and
in /etc/conf.d/domainname (or use /etc/conf.d/net, like the gentoo-wiki
says) and the IP address and FQDN in resolv.conf:
# or whatever private IP your host has
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