File coreutils-remove_hostname_documentation.patch of Package coreutils.4414

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 doc/coreutils.texi |   42 +-----------------------------------------
 1 file changed, 1 insertion(+), 41 deletions(-)

Index: doc/coreutils.texi
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--- doc/coreutils.texi.orig
+++ doc/coreutils.texi
@@ -69,7 +69,6 @@
 * groups: (coreutils)groups invocation.         Print group names a user is in.
 * head: (coreutils)head invocation.             Output the first part of files.
 * hostid: (coreutils)hostid invocation.         Print numeric host identifier.
-* hostname: (coreutils)hostname invocation.     Print or set system name.
 * id: (coreutils)id invocation.                 Print user identity.
 * install: (coreutils)install invocation.       Copy files and set attributes.
 * join: (coreutils)join invocation.             Join lines on a common field.
@@ -201,7 +200,7 @@ Free Documentation License''.
 * File name manipulation::       dirname basename pathchk mktemp realpath
 * Working context::              pwd stty printenv tty
 * User information::             id logname whoami groups users who
-* System context::               date arch nproc uname hostname hostid uptime
+* System context::               date arch nproc uname hostid uptime
 * SELinux context::              chcon runcon
 * Modified command invocation::  chroot env nice nohup stdbuf timeout
 * Process control::              kill
@@ -421,7 +420,6 @@ System context
 * date invocation::              Print or set system date and time
 * nproc invocation::             Print the number of processors
 * uname invocation::             Print system information
-* hostname invocation::          Print or set system name
 * hostid invocation::            Print numeric host identifier
 * uptime invocation::            Print system uptime and load
 
@@ -14986,7 +14984,6 @@ information.
 * arch invocation::             Print machine hardware name.
 * nproc invocation::            Print the number of processors.
 * uname invocation::            Print system information.
-* hostname invocation::         Print or set system name.
 * hostid invocation::           Print numeric host identifier.
 * uptime invocation::           Print system uptime and load.
 @end menu
@@ -15815,15 +15812,6 @@ Note this is non-portable (even across G
 Print the machine hardware name (sometimes called the hardware class
 or hardware type).
 
-@item -n
-@itemx --nodename
-@opindex -n
-@opindex --nodename
-@cindex hostname
-@cindex node name
-@cindex network node name
-Print the network node hostname.
-
 @item -p
 @itemx --processor
 @opindex -p
@@ -15877,34 +15865,6 @@ Print the kernel version.
 
 @exitstatus
 
-
-@node hostname invocation
-@section @command{hostname}: Print or set system name
-
-@pindex hostname
-@cindex setting the hostname
-@cindex printing the hostname
-@cindex system name, printing
-@cindex appropriate privileges
-
-With no arguments, @command{hostname} prints the name of the current host
-system.  With one argument, it sets the current host name to the
-specified string.  You must have appropriate privileges to set the host
-name.  Synopsis:
-
-@example
-hostname [@var{name}]
-@end example
-
-The only options are @option{--help} and @option{--version}.  @xref{Common
-options}.
-
-@command{hostname} is not installed by default, and other packages
-also supply a @command{hostname} command, so portable scripts should
-not rely on its existence or on the exact behavior documented above.
-
-@exitstatus
-
 
 @node hostid invocation
 @section @command{hostid}: Print numeric host identifier