What is the /etc/.tininet file used for?

Tim Rohaly

The /etc/.tininet file holds the host name and domain name of your TINI Board. Both names may be set from within slush using the hostname command. The domain name may also be set using ipconfig -n domainname where domainname is the domain you want to use. The default contents of /etc/.tininet are as follows:

HostName:TINI
DomainName:

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