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Re: ssh slow login due to "USERDOMAIN" being set?
Am 09.04.2012 20:15, schrieb Larry Hall (Cygwin):
It's totally embarrassing, but restarting the server solved the problem.
On 4/9/2012 1:44 PM, Andre Loker wrote:
The server is a rented root server and is NOT in a domain. Originally
name was 'RS200313', but I renamed it (in Windows' Advanced System
-> Computer Name) to 'loker-it'. I have the feeling that cygwin
server is in a domain. How can I tell cygwin not to set USERDOMAIN? And
while we're at it: how can I set COMPUTERNAME? Can I simply export the
No. These come from Windows, so you want to make the changes there.
Perhaps this link will help some?
Apparently I didn't restart the server after renaming it and as a result
cygwin got the two names mixed up. I had made sure to double check the
Window settings and they showed the expected values. My excuses for not
trying the obvious and thanks a lot for the answer.
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