m/c name and node name

m/c name and node name

Post by joe mc coo » Mon, 27 Nov 1995 04:00:00



SCO OES 3.2v4.2


Please, what is the connection here between "benburb" and the "scosysv"
featured by uname -a ?

When setting up global access, do I record the machine name as "benburb"
or "scosysv" ?  Is this likely to raise problems later ?

Thanks

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1. Host name, primary name, domain name...?

Can someone please tell me what should I put for these name?

I have local network with several computers and one of them is running
redhat linux  6.1.  I also have an SMC router to get out to the

I want to setup my linux box to be my web/email/ftp/telnet server with
my registered domain name, goodman123.com.

host: c123456-a
domain: plano1.tx.home.com
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nameserver1: 24.4.0.33
nameserver2: 24.4.0.34

SMC router:
IP: 192.168.123.254

linux box:
IP: 192.168.123.187

What should I put for these name?
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