I created a monster when installing SCO Openserver 5.0.4. When installing
tcp/ip, i "invented" a hostname, thinking that I could always change it
later on (i could do this w/h v/386 3.2.4). I now want to go and change this
box to the "REAL" name. The configure command no longer allows the changing
of system name.
I tried removing all the tcp/ip stuff and re-installing it. It still
references the OLD hostname in places. The /etc/default/issue file reference
%n & %h. These are both set to the OLD value!
I tried removing tcp/ip, relinking without re-installing. At login: time,
the values for /etc/default/issue %n & %h still refer to the OLD stuff.
Where is the reference to %n & %h stored? Can they be edited?
Any help on this matter will really be appreciated!!