Ah oops, this one fell through the cracks. Should try to do a quick fix.

** Package changed: subiquity (Ubuntu) => subiquity

** Changed in: subiquity
       Status: New => Triaged

** Changed in: subiquity
   Importance: Undecided => High

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  Unable to change hostname from the one specified during Bionic server

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Bug description:
  In Bionic Beta 2 I am not able on a host or in a guest VM to change
  the hostname of a Bionic Beta 2 installation by changing
  /etc/hostname. The name in the file can be changed but it always
  reverts to the hostname configured during installation.

  In the following thread on the topic it is suggested to remove a
  number of cloud packages. When doing this in a VM install I could
  change the hostname again via /etc/hostname.


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