on one Manjaro Linux i “hostname -i” returns LAN IP, but on other only localhost IP 127.0.0.1
do you have idea how to make it report LAN IP without manually modifying any file?
The correct way of reporting a LAN IP is:
and according to the
-i, --ip-addresses addresses for the host name
So any address is fine for that tool to display, so:
is impossible to solve…
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That depends on the hosts file.
When you are using dhcp addressing - the default - the hosts file will contain 127.0.0.1 for local host which is what you get.
When you define the computer name - usually you assign 127.0.1.1 to the hostname when the IP is dhcp assigned and the IP address if you assign a static IP.
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