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Re: [opensuse] Qué 127.0.1.1 malo?

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Subject: Re: [opensuse] Qué 127.0.1.1 malo?
From: lynn <lynn@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Date: Tue, 03 Apr 2012 08:29:28 +0200
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En 02/04/12 20:21, Anton *Aylward escribió:
*lynn dijo el siguiendo en 04/02/2012 12:26 PM:
*El 02/04/12 14:29, Anton *Aylward *escribió:
Carlos *E. *R. Dijo el siguiendo en 04/02/2012 05:18 AM:
En 2012-04-02 10:13, *lynn escribió:

Cada *linux la máquina tendría que tener aquello. No sé si el *dhcp
*server lo puede asignar.

Sí lo lata; sí tiene que.
Pero *lynn dice que aquí *DHCP *server sólo está entregando fuera de direcciones de IP,
por lo tanto no ha configurado lo correctamente.

No quiero justo cualquier nombre. Quiero el nombre que doy al ordenador.

Sí puedo entender aquello.
Por mi *assertions control quieto.
El *DHCP *server tendría que ser entregar fuera de más que justo direcciones de IP.

Tiene leíste /*etc/*sysconfig/red/*dhcp?
*DHCLIENT_CUBO=""

*DHCLIENT6_CUBO=""

*DHCPCD_OPCIONES_de USUARIO=""

*DHCLIENT_OPCIONES_de USUARIO=""

*DHCP6*C_OPCIONES_de USUARIO=""

*DHCLIENT_DEPURAR="ningún"

*DHCLIENT_DISPOSITIVOPRIMARIO=""

*DHCLIENT_PONE_*HOSTNAME="ningún"

*DHCLIENT_PONE_*DEFAULT_RUTA="no"

*DHCLIENT_TIEMPO_de ARRENDAMIENTO=""

*DHCLIENT_USO_ÚLTIMO_ARRENDAMIENTO="sí"

*DHCLIENT_*TIMEOUT="0"

*DHCLIENT_*HOSTNAME_OPCIÓN=""

*DHCLIENT_ID_de CLIENTE=""

*DHCLIENT_ID_de CLASE_del VENDEDOR=""

*DHCLIENT_LIBERACIÓN_ANTES DE_*QUIT="no"

*DHCLIENT6_LIBERACIÓN_ANTES DE_*QUIT="no"

*DHCLIENT_SUEÑO="0"

*DHCLIENT_ESPERA_EN_BOTA="15"

ESCRIBE_*HOSTNAME_A_ANFITRIONES="no"
*DHCLIENT_MODIFICAR_*SMB_*CONF="sí"

Quizás ESCRIBIR_*HOSTNAME_A_ANFITRIONES="sí" ?


Pedí el resultado de correr "*ps -*ef | *grep *dhcpcd" en el cliente
después de su arriba y corriendo.

 *ps -*ef | *grep *dhcpcd
Raíz      2108     1  0 08:21 ?        00:00:00 /*sbin/*dhcpcd --*netconfig -*L -*E -*G -*c /*etc/*sysconfig/guiones/de red/*dhcpcd-gancho -*t 0 *eth0

*Thanks,
*L *x
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On 02/04/12 20:21, Anton Aylward wrote:
lynn said the following on 04/02/2012 12:26 PM:
El 02/04/12 14:29, Anton Aylward escribió:
Carlos E. R. said the following on 04/02/2012 05:18 AM:
On 2012-04-02 10:13, lynn wrote:

Every linux machine should have that. I don't know if the dhcp
server can assign it.

Yes it can; yes it should.
But lynn says that here DHCP server is only handing out IP addresses,
therefore she has not configured it correctly.

I don't want just any name. I want the name that I give to the computer.

Yes I can understand that.
By my assertions still hold.
The DHCP server should be handing out more than just IP addresses.

Have you read /etc/sysconfig/network/dhcp?
DHCLIENT_BIN=""

DHCLIENT6_BIN=""

DHCPCD_USER_OPTIONS=""

DHCLIENT_USER_OPTIONS=""

DHCP6C_USER_OPTIONS=""

DHCLIENT_DEBUG="no"

DHCLIENT_PRIMARY_DEVICE=""

DHCLIENT_SET_HOSTNAME="no"

DHCLIENT_SET_DEFAULT_ROUTE="no"

DHCLIENT_LEASE_TIME=""

DHCLIENT_USE_LAST_LEASE="yes"

DHCLIENT_TIMEOUT="0"

DHCLIENT_HOSTNAME_OPTION=""

DHCLIENT_CLIENT_ID=""

DHCLIENT_VENDOR_CLASS_ID=""

DHCLIENT_RELEASE_BEFORE_QUIT="no"

DHCLIENT6_RELEASE_BEFORE_QUIT="no"

DHCLIENT_SLEEP="0"

DHCLIENT_WAIT_AT_BOOT="15"

WRITE_HOSTNAME_TO_HOSTS="no"
DHCLIENT_MODIFY_SMB_CONF="yes"

Maybe WRITE_HOSTNAME_TO_HOSTS="yes" ?


I asked for the result of running "ps -ef | grep dhcpcd" on the client
after its up and running.

 ps -ef | grep dhcpcd
root      2108     1  0 08:21 ?        00:00:00 /sbin/dhcpcd --netconfig -L -E -G -c /etc/sysconfig/network/scripts/dhcpcd-hook -t 0 eth0

Thanks,
L x
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