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How set up my FQDN? (Ubuntu 12.04)

  • Posted March 8, 2014

Hi.

I’m trying to set up my FQDN to get my mailserver to work.

When I type # hostname I get “rakuraku”

When I typ # hostname -f I get “localhost”

my /etc/hostname file is: “188.xxx.xxx.xx www.mydomain.com raku”

Are there some settings stored otherwhere, since I get rakuraku from hostname -f, which I probably entered somewhere during the setup of my server?

Thank you!

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Thank you Kamal! Very cool.

<code>/etc/hostname</code> should only contain the hostname itself:<pre>raku</pre> <br><code>/etc/hosts</code> should also contain the following line: <br><pre>127.0.0.1 raku</pre>