Re: Boot hang at "Starting: MTA"
Just fill up the /etc/hostname file with the full name of the computer.
For instance, normally the file /etc/hostname contains just
"mycomputer", and the network name is appended by looking in the
nameserver or the IP resolver. If the network is down, this cannot be
If you put in /etc/hostname "mycomputer.example.com" (get the exact
name when you are attached to the network, don't use example.com)
then exim does not hang!
El 20/06/2005, a las 20:28, Elmer E. Dow escribió:
I was traveling on business and attempted to connect to the
Internet (mail and
browse) via a network at the office where I was working. Now that
I'm home I
notice that when booting the system hangs for approximately 60
I'm pretty green with Linux, but I'm guessing that the mail
transfer agent is
looking for a mail source (network) that is no longer connected. Is
correct? Whatever the problem, what do I do to fix the situation?
My system is running Debian Sarge on an IBM R40 laptop with a Linksys
EtherFast 10/100 + 56k modem PC card.
- Elmer E. Dow
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