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Top Forums UNIX for Dummies Questions & Answers question about domainname Post 14209 by dookeobih on Tuesday 29th of January 2002 11:01:35 AM
Old 01-29-2002
question about domainname

I'm kindda confused about domainname and /etc/defaultdomain.
If I type domainname tesT.com, will this be added to /etc/defaultdomain or do I need to add manually on /etc/defaultdomain as well?...second question, if I type domainname tesT.com...is it case sensitive?

Thank you.
 

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DEFAULTDOMAIN(5)					     Linux Programmer's Manual						  DEFAULTDOMAIN(5)

NAME
defaultdomain - file which contains the NIS/YP domain name DESCRIPTION
/etc/defaultdomain is used by the boot scripts to set the NIS/YP domain name for a system as returned by the getdomainname(2) function. The file contains one line with the name of the domain. Unlike DNS hostnames and domain names, the NIS domain name is case-sensitive! The NIS domain name must not be the same as the DNS domain name, but for some services like NIS+ it should be the same. Even if the domain name is often called NIS/YP domain name, it is also used from other protocols, not only NIS/YP. FILES
/etc/defaultdomain /etc/init.d/boot.localnet SEE ALSO
domainname(1), init.d(7), init(8), nisdomainname(1), ypdomainname(1), ypbind(8), ypserv(8), ypwhich(1) COPYRIGHT
2002 SuSE Linux AG Nuernberg, Germany. SuSE Linux 2002-01-16 DEFAULTDOMAIN(5)

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