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What is the name of hostname.??n file for 3Com 3C905B-TX Fast Etherlink XL 10/100 for solaris 7.0 on PC
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I think I remember it being hostname.elx0, and the sys-config process should have already created it. If you are trying to configure networking by editing files, you should be using sys-unconfig to revert the system and let it gather the networking info at the next boot.
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The 3Com 3c905x series uses "elxl," so the correct hostname file would be hostname.elxl0 (or elxl1, 2, etc.. depending on the interface).

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