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Am Do den 6. Okt 2005 um 14:22 schrieb Wouter Verhelst:
> That's not helpful.
True. Thats the reason why I give more helpfull information too in the
> indeed cause many problems, we could consider not using it by default
> anymore. However, if we find that the problem is just a bug, it would be
> better to fix it rather than removing something which many people expect
> to be there.
But why changing "localhost" to "localhost.localdomain" only for the
reason that RedHat doing it? There was everythink OK with the proven
"localhost"-entry. No problemes was encounted with it. The problemes was
at first encounted when changing this localhost entry. It is absolutely
irrelevant if the problemes are exactely specified or not. The point is
that localhost.localdomain MAKES problemes. And it is nothing what makes
> Since you're not providing details, however, this isn't possible, and
> the only sensible course of action is to ignore your claims.
Just do what you whant with it. I do not whant to fight. I know how to
edit /etc/hosts. But why the hell should there be so many traps for
users who do not know.
Klaus Ethgen http://www.ethgen.de/
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