the beginning, change done....system-confg-firewall-DISABLEDvi /etc/sysconfig/network - NETWORKING_IPV6=no - HOSTNAME=PROXYvi /etc/selinux/config
On CentOS (5.x) I have a VPS that has hostname set to "olddomain.com", at least this is the domain I am getting when typing "hostname" command.
I want to change it to 'localhost.localdomain' because I think it is more generic and reliable.
localhost.localdomain already exists in these files: /etc/sysconfig/network AND /etc/hosts
I have a strange networking problem with Windows 2008 server R2, running as guest under KVM-Qemu host.
Host is CentOS 6.3 x86_64.
It's network settings:
# cat /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-br0
# cat /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0
i have two machine, both are same version rhel6.4
serverB, installed the server by default hostname, localhost.localdomain
can i change the hostname without edit /etc/sysconfig/network
because my serverA, i change the hostname during installation.
/etc/sysconfig/network is showing hostname=localhost.localdomain, but when i type hostname, i
Hi guys. I have installed CentOS. Also i want install cPanel.I need disable SELinux and FireWall before installing cPanel.But SELinux doesn't have config file in /etc/selinux/. Mus... [by PROiSERV]
Using Yast2 I have been able to change the login screen from the default SUSE theme to the "circles" theme. I would like to change the welcome message from "Welcome to 'hostname'" to something more inviting, say: "A Warm Welcome to OpenSuse Linux".
I'm making some large-scale system hostname changes and this got me thinking...
F18: The ifcfg-rh plugin in NetworkManager is supposed to pick up the persistent hostname from the traditional settings file: /etc/sysconfig/network.
I am working with Centos 6 for the first time and ran into an issue I can't seem to resolve.Ever since I changed the hostname in /etc/sysconfig/network I can not access remote site... [by dzhax]
I try to configure static IPv4 & IPv6 configuration on CentOS 6.2.
The configuration below works perfectly :
# ifconfig eth0 x.x.x.x/29
# route add defalt gw x.x.x.y
# ip addr add dev eth0 XXXX:C810:3001:D00::3/56
# ip -6 route add default XXXX:C810:3001:D00::1
However, I want to keep this configuration after a reboot.
So I made the following configuration: