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the man page for dhcpcd says that by default dhcpcd will "NOT" set the
hostname of the host to the hostname option received from the DHCP server.
To override this (i.e., and force the hostname to be changed), use the -H
i'm executing the following:
dhcpcd -h cx334400-g etho0
the cx334400-g is required by my DHCP server. however, after this request
completes, my hostname has been changed to cx334400-g. why would this
happen since (1) the default is to not change the hostname and (2) i did
not specify the -H option?
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