On Thu, 06 Oct 2005, John Hasler wrote:
> > But why changing "localhost" to "localhost.localdomain"...
> It wasn't changed. "localhost.localdomain" was _added_. "localhost" is
> still there.
The first entry is the canonical name, and it is what the reverse maps to.
So yes, it WAS changed, and very much so.
> There were problems that the addition of "localhost.localdomain" were
> intended to solve. You may not have personally experienced them but many
> others did.
Now, that is interesting. Which problems? I honestly don't know of any.
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