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init hostname main process

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getting the error on boot up do any one know how to fix it init hostname main process
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init hostname main process (290) terminated status 1
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Have you changed your hostname?
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yes and that started to happen
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can you please your output for  cat /etc/hostname or just type command on cli hostname and paste the output
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You cant have any special characters or underscores in your hostname - that might be the problem
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i am checking it out now
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nice job
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