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answered About the use of dotted hostname with avahi
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accepted How to reach a host in the same network by hostname?
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comment How to reach a host in the same network by hostname?
But i don't want them to be expose to the whole internet.Just to find them in my localnetwork
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comment How to reach a host in the same network by hostname?
Sorry, i forget to mention that i doesn't want to do so for two reason. First for secuity reasons, these machines a server. And i think, it could be an issue. Secondly, i know that my hosts will changes there ip adresse soon. And i don't want to update this conf every time. edit: a third reason, i use dhcp, so the network manager will generate a new one frequently. But i know there is a trick to do let it do it.
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asked How to reach a host in the same network by hostname?
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comment Upstart, one job definition to start and one to stop
I tryied before using upsatart to use script in /etc/init.d But the script in there are much more complexe than these in /etc/init/ And about the script i use in my upstart script, i do not writ this one, in come with my app server(the app i want to run at start up).
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comment Upstart, one job definition to start and one to stop
ok, you are totally right. I'll give it a try.
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comment Upstart, one job definition to start and one to stop
ok, seems good to me. How could i check this status inside of a job definition, Is there a nomalised way?
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comment Upstart, one job definition to start and one to stop
ok but i read this 'Additional shell code can be given to be run before or after the binary or script specified with exec or script. These are not expected to start the process, in fact, they can't. They are intended for preparing the environment and cleaning up afterwards.' here upstart.ubuntu.com/getting-started.html