Manoj Srivastava wrote:
> >>"Greg" == Greg Green <email@example.com> writes:
> Greg> I am currently working just fine on my LAN, however, I need to
> Greg> change my host name only. What files would I modify to do so? I
> Greg> know I need to change the /etc/hosts, but I do knot know what
> Greg> others need to be changed. Any input would be helpful.
> From a recent post by Nils Rennebarth:
> >>"Nils" == Nils Rennebarth <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Nils> What did the trick for me:
> Nils> 1) change /etc/hostname then say
> Nils> % hostname --file /etc/hostname
> Nils> 2) change IP-address entry in /etc/hosts
> Nils> 3) rerun sendmailconfig
> Nils> 4) change /etc/resolv.conf if domain changed too
> Nils> 5) change /etc/mailname
> Nils> (Did I forget something?)
> Nils> No reboot is necessary.
> Nils> Nils
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- From: Greg Green <email@example.com>
- Re: hostname
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