brian.mckee at gmail.com
Fri Apr 24 13:57:32 UTC 2009
What is supposed to be in /etc/hostname? The hostname? or the FQDN?
And what is usually placed in the /etc/hosts file after the 127.0.1.1
entry - FQDN or hostname?
What's started me on this was '\h' and '\H' in $PS1 were both just the hostname.
Further poking - hostname and hostname --fqdn both return the same,
hostname -d returns null...
If I put the FQDN in the /etc/hosts file then hostname -f and hostname
-d work as expected,
but $PS1="\H" still just shows hostname...
Dazed and confused,
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