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Push hostnames to a DNS server without DHCP

Considering the complete lack of luck I've had googling any terms related to this question, this may not even be possible, but: Is there a reasonably standard way to set a hostname on a machine, and ...
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Resolve hostname without FQDN

I'm trying to configure Bind for internal LAN usage only (Linux server, Windows clients) and I would like to resolve workstation both by fqdn and shortname. For example, without DNS server, supposing ...
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ssh can't connect using hostname

I'm setting up some server but I stubbled into an issue with one server. I setup a local dns server, and when I try to connect to this server with ssh alpha@alpha.stvns.com I will get : Permission ...
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No names resolve in new BIND installation - wondering if issue is that BIND cannot resolve the NS

When I configure a new domain using Webmin/BIND, I am asked for a Master Server. Webmin fills this value automatically with the hostname of my box. However, this hostname is made up and there is no ...
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Trouble with resolving hostnames on CentOS using Bind

I'm taking a course on server administration at school and I have managed to set up virtual hosting in apache and a dns server on a virtual machine. However, I have now set up an old pc to run CentOS ...
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rDNS multiple IPs same interface

I have three different IPs on the same interface: eth0 192.168.1.103 eth0:0 192.168.1.104 eth0:1 192.168.1.105 and I have the following in /etc/hosts: 192.168.1.103 host.example.com ...
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Disable bind 9.3.6 hostname disclosure

I've bind 9.3.6. How can I disable hostname disclosure ? Issue link http://www.iss.net/security_center/reference/vuln/bind-hostname-disclosure.htm Thanks.
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Resolving host names to their domain name in an internal BIND domain

I'm setting up a domain on my home network for learning purposes, using BIND on CentOS to act as the name server. I've got the name server up and running as type master for my internal domain ...