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[leafnode-list] Re: fqdn problem
Am 20.07.2010, 16:18 Uhr, schrieb Eric S. Johansson:
> On 7/18/2010 8:37 PM, Matthias Andree wrote:
>> Am 17.07.2010, 09:06 Uhr, schrieb Eric S. Johansson:
>>> Jul 17 02:40:51 redhat-1 xinetd: START: nntp pid=25768
>>> Jul 17 02:40:51 redhat-1 leafnode: Leafnode must have a
>>> fully-qualified domain name, not just "localhost.localdomain". Edit
>>> your /etc/hosts file to add a fully qualified domain name.
[...hope I haven't broken line wrapping now, had to manually undo what my
mailer broke... Opera sucks, except for the killer feature "automatic
mailing list filtering". If someone knows a Thunderbird plugin that does
the same, drop me a line please.]
>> Which leafnode version are you using? This is the first report in a
>> long time.
> leafnode-2.0.0.alpha20090908a.luascript.tar.bz2 if memory serves, this
> was the latest I found on the site.
>> I *guess* that turning on the virtual ethernet interface also changed
>> hostname (check with the hostname command) and/or how the actual
>> resolves. What is the virtual ethernet interface related to? Some
>> computer (VMware/VirtualBox/Bochs/...) or plain networking stuff?
> that was it. When I created a virtual interface using the Red Hat network
> configuration tool, it overrode the host name system was created with.
> so very special. Sorry for the alarm. I would suggest changing the
> message to say something like "hostname reported as %s, it should be a
> qualified domain name and not localhost.localdomain. The hints to edit a
> file completely threw me off.
Hm... I see in your log that the hostname /is/ reported. Might you have
missed that, or are you actually proposing a change in wording?
> thanks for putting me back on the right track.
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