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On 03/21/2011 02:25 PM, Christian Horn wrote:
> Hi,
> 
> On Mon, Mar 21, 2011 at 11:43:39AM -0500, Steven Bernstein wrote:
>>
>> My point is: When I go to run the installation script on my Fedora box, it
>> tells me the script cannot be run unless the IP resolves in both
>> directions.  Is there a 'decent' way to go 'round this?  Looking for help,
>> if you please.
> 
> Setup a dns-server serving this.  Thats really not hard, its a matter 
> of minutes on a RHEL/CentOS if you know what to do.
> 


Also, manually editing the /etc/hosts file on the VM to use the
fully-qualified hostname for your primary IP address will work.

This is a good way to bootstrap the system if you're planning to use
FreeIPA v2 as a DNS server as well. Once setup is complete you can point
/etc/resolv.conf at the FreeIPA server you just set up.

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