If you want to change only the hostname you can either do it from command line, or from GUI as explained below. Restart the network service, if you want any other services that are using the hostname to pickup the changes. If this is not a production system, you can also reboot the system to make sure the hostname is changed properly, and the system is picking it up properly during startup. If you have desktop related utilities installed on your system, you can change the hostname from the GUI.


You can change the ip-address of the server using ifconfig command as we discussed earlier. Modify the ifcfg-eth0 file and change the IPADDR field accordingly as shown below to change the ip-address. If this is not a production system, you can also reboot the system to make sure the hostname and ip-address is changed properly, and the system is picking it up properly during startup. Use this Contact Form to get in touch me with your comments, questions or suggestions about this site.


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