My "bad" as Americans say, I misread your post :
Sethostid my friend. And, no experience with it, but looks good non?
On 13/12/2006 22:46, "Conor Wynne" <conor at discuskeeping.com> wrote:
> On 13/12/2006 21:38, "Walter Faleiro" <curtorkar at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I have an application that runs tied with hostid of the system. Recently
>> reformatting the drive changed the hostid to 7f0100.
>>>> Is there anyway I can change the hostid in 7.2?
>> Sure, why not. Assuming you mean the hostname that is :
>> Edit /etc/sysconfig/network
> Change the hostname in there
>> In addition, you should change the name in /etc/hosts
>> Reboot to test and bobs you cross dressing auntie.
>>> I tried a few posts but unlike FreeBSD and Solaris there seems to be little
>> hope for me.
>> Dead easy my friend, dead easy.
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