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May
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comment Why does hostname --fqdn only return the domain name?
@spuder: Thanks, I'll keep that in mind for my next question.
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accepted Why does variable expansion without $ work in expressions?
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Sep
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comment How can I resolve a hostname to an IP address in a Bash script?
+1 for showing how to solve the "more than one IP" issue.
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Jul
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comment set LC_* but not LC_ALL
Thanks for the link.
Jul
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comment Does (should) LC_COLLATE affect character ranges?
Same here: Cannot reproduce the issue on Debian Lenny, even though en_US.utf8 shows in locale -a.
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Jul
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comment set LC_* but not LC_ALL
Thanks for the detailed answer and the explanations! I will try a localized LC_NUMERIC, though, since the numpad on German keyboards has a , in place of a . (unfortunately), so entering numbers with a dot is inconvenient (and most apps seem to work nicely with a non-standard LC_NUMERIC). I do not fully understand your LC_COLLATE example: On my system, the example you gave does not match B.
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