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squid-users] Could not determine fully qualified hostname. Please set 'visible_hostname'

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i ve this message when 1 run ./RunCache
in /usr/local/squid/bin

i ve try to edit my squid.conf and add
visible_hostname:mandrake where mandrake is the result of the command
hostname i ve this message when 1 run ./RunCache
in /usr/local/squid/bin

i ve try to edit my squid.conf and add
visible_hostname:mandrake where mandrake is the result of the command
hostname i ve this message when 1 run ./RunCache
in /usr/local/squid/bin

i ve try to edit my squid.conf and add
visible_hostname:mandrake where mandrake is the result of i ve this message when 1 run ./RunCache
in /usr/local/squid/bin

i ve try to edit my squid.conf and add
visible_hostname:mandrake where mandrake is the result of the command
hostname i ve this message when 1 run ./RunCache
in /usr/local/squid/bin

i ve try to edit my squid.conf and add
visible_hostname:mandrake where mandrake is the result of the command
hostname i ve this message when 1 run ./RunCache
in /usr/local/squid/bin

i ve try to edit my squid.conf and add
visible_hostname:mandrake where mandrake is the result of the command
hostname i ve this message when 1 run ./RunCache
in /usr/local/squid/bin

i ve try to edit my squid.conf and add
visible_hostname:mandrake where mandrake is the result of the command
hostname i ve this message when 1 run ./RunCache
in /usr/local/squid/bin

i ve try to edit my squid.conf and add
visible_hostname:mandrake where mandrake is the result of the command
hostname i ve this message when 1 run ./RunCache
in /usr/local/squid/bin

i ve try to edit my squid.conf and add
visible_hostname:mandrake where mandrake is the result of the command
hostname i ve this message when 1 run ./RunCache
in /usr/local/squid/bin

i ve try to edit my squid.conf and add
visible_hostname:mandrake where mandrake is the result of the command
hostname i ve this message when 1 run ./RunCache
in /usr/local/squid/bin

i ve try to edit my squid.conf and add
visible_hostname:mandrake where mandrake is the result of the command
hostname the command
hostname
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Question by:bkniazi
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You could try adding
127.0.0.1      localhost to /etc/hosts

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