"hostid" command generates wierd results
Date: 22 Feb 2005 12:36:56 -0800
Hello, I've got Red Hat Linux 9.0. When I type "hostid" in my command
prompt I get a 6 character number. However typing "hostid" in any other
computer at university gets a 8 character number. What could possibly
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