rra at stanford.edu
Tue Aug 7 16:56:10 UTC 2007
md at Linux.IT (Marco d'Itri) writes:
> Is @HOSTNAME@ actually used anywhere? (If it is, it's a bad idea...)
Only to generate the sample inn.conf file (for the Path entry) which
presumably you're not shipping as-is anyway. INN could use the system's
fully-qualified hostname if the Path entry isn't set, but I was worried
there would be cases where that would do the wrong thing (or expose
localhost.localdomain sorts of things).
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