Virtual HOSTS? How do I make Linux into LinuxS???
greenslabofclay at yahoo.com
Tue Nov 16 00:04:04 UTC 1999
I'm sure you are right, but I hope there is a way.
hostname can be used to set the name, however, it will be system wide.
Barry Margolin <barmar at bbnplanet.com> wrote in message
news:Nb0Y3.76$6v5.1937 at burlma1-snr2...
> In article <pBZX3.442$n3.88085 at news1.telusplanet.net>,
> Gumby <greenslabofclay at yahoo.com> wrote:
> >How can I make my Linux Red Hat 6.5 behave as though it has multiple
> >or look like more than one Linux box?
> >In other words, I have three Network Interface Cards, each assigned a
> >IP and Domain.
> >When I login in on any IP, I still get the first initial Host I setup on
> >first Network Card.
> >I want to login on a Network Card's IP address and see the Linux Box as
> >Host and Domain I setup for that card, NOT the same one on all Cards.
> Do you mean you want the "hostname" command to give different output
> depending on which address you telnetted to? Sorry, you can't do that.
> There's just one system hostname, which is set using the "hostname"
> when the system boots; it defaults to the name of the first interface, but
> it can actually be anything (I think some versions of Unix have a file
> /etc/nodename that can be used to configure this).
> Barry Margolin, barmar at bbnplanet.com
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