Commands tagged hosts file (1)

  • I use it after a clean CentOS 7 minimal server installation to automatically populate the /etc/hosts file. Not sure why the installation does not add this entry by itself. Tested on CentOS 7 with the simplest use case: 1 static ip address and the hostname provided during installation. Show Sample Output


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    echo "$(ip addr show dev $(ip r | grep -oP 'default.*dev \K\S*') | grep -oP '(?<=inet )[^/]*(?=/)') $(hostname -f) $(hostname -s)"
    acavagni · 2019-06-15 16:40:38 2

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