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Dec
17
comment How do I get a linux terminal to show me the DNS domain suffix of a machine
What do you have in /etc/hosts? /etc/hosts will be used in preference to DNS by default.
Dec
17
comment How do I get a linux terminal to show me the DNS domain suffix of a machine
Yes, I think so. Worst case, you have to run "host ubuntu01", then grab the IP address that that prints, and then run "host <IP address>".
Dec
16
comment Check OpenSSH version and update instructions on FreeBSD system
See also geekvenue.net/chucktips/jason/chuck/1044986336/index_html
Dec
16
comment Check OpenSSH version and update instructions on FreeBSD system
Of course, if you really wanted the running version rather than the installed version, you could also try "telnet localhost 22", and look for the version number. The version number is the second number, i.e. the number after "OpenSSH_".