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Re: Hostname problem

go to 
/etc/sysconfig/networks there u put hostname=abc
then write 
abc.org in ur /etc/hosts file 
it will run well
go as following

net conf->
basic host information-> hostname    abc
primery+domain name :  abc.org
then do w\quit 
then do $hostname -d it will show u org
then do 
$hostname -f
it will show 
then everything will be fine
----- Original Message ----- 
From: Goldwyn Rodrigues <goldwyn@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: <linux-delhi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, May 07, 2001 10:41 PM
Subject: [linux-delhi] Hostname problem

> While installing Linux I setup the hostname as abc.org
> and I setup the server name in the httpd.conf file also the same.
> However when I try to start the page with abc.org it gives me the squid
> error message that the url cud not be found. (I have squid also running
> as proxy on the same system).... and squid signs is it off as
> abc.org.org... now on keying in abc.org.org the index page comes on.
> checked pu the /etc/hosts file it contains abc.org... 
> How can i restore the name to abc.org and not abc.org.org?
> Goldwyn :o)
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