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[joshk@triplehelix.org: Re: Getting hostname]



Sorry, this went to the wrong list intitially... But I think the topic
is moot now.

regards
Josh

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On Sun, May 04, 2003 at 07:34:48PM +0200, Holger Kubiak wrote:
> I want to package a tool. In a shell-script I need access to a hostname
> belonging to a given IP. If the package host is installed I get:

[snip]

A possibility is to use perl, it has a easily accessible gethostbyname
implementation.. (use Socket;) i think.

-Josh

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