|Nov 8, 2012, 02:26 AM||#1|
I was hoping someone familiar with terminal could help me out.
I am taking a class on unix and another class on web development. Somehow between the two classes I have encountered a difference eon my mac that I'd like to fix.
depending on what network I am on my hostname changes in terminal. I have enabled php but apache is currently off.
Does anyone have any advice they can offer here?
Thanks in advance.
|Nov 8, 2012, 02:25 PM||#2|
At least on your Mac.
That said, I'm not entirely sure I understand your question. You say hostname, and then php and apache. What exactly are you trying to do?
|Nov 8, 2012, 04:19 PM||#3|
I am experiencing strange behavior in terminal. I am attaching a photo. everything before :~demuro1$ in the terminal window changes depending on the network I'm on and the whether I am connected to a network or not.
I am taking two classes, one has to do with linux/unix and the other has to do with web development. I have enabled php and apache on my mac.
I think one of the above listed items is at fault for this new behavior in terminal. Is there anything you might suggest that can correct this issue?
|Nov 8, 2012, 04:47 PM||#4|
I don't think it has anything to do with you enabling php and apache. I say this because I've seen similar behavior with my MacBook Pro on my home network.
Like you, I have the hostname as part of my command prompt in Terminal. (You can also see the current hostname by typing the command 'hostname'.)
I haven't completely figured this out, but I believe it has to do with whether my portable connects to my network through the wireless 802.11n (Airport) interface or through the wired ethernet cable interface. I get one hostname one way, and a different one the other way.
I suspect that my DHCP server is assigning a hostname when the computer connects via the ethernet cable interface, instead of using the hostname I've set on the computer.
Alu iMac: early '08 24" Core2Duo w/DIY Fusion Drive; MacBook Pro: early 2011 15" ; 1st-gen Time Capsule (working just fine, thank you); Mac mini late '12 quad Core i7
|Nov 8, 2012, 06:41 PM||#5|
It has nothing to do with php or apache. That's a web server. Only used really for web pages.
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