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Re: Proposal: /etc /usr/etc /usr/local/etc

On Jul 4, Nils Rennebarth wrote
> [...]
> Linux transname overcomes this problem by allowing filenames
> to be context-dependend. For example, if you have a file /etc/config
> that should differ on the hosts "myserver" and "myclient", you just
> create two different files named /etc/config#host=myserver# and
> /etc/config#host=myclient#

Cool. How does it know its hostname if (AFAIK) this is determined by
/etc/hostname? Aren't "hard" IP numbers also in /etc?

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