Zerotruth installation bug | FQDN error with install script

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    javiARG
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    I picked a three DC (domain component) auth realm/domain at zeroshell profile. My domain looked like mydomain.com.ar (DC=mydomain, DC=com, DC=ar). With this configuration, a good host name is myhost.mydomain.com.ar
    The installation script is checking for a 3 component hostname no matter the DC number in the domain of your choice (there is an if -complex parsing thing-==3). The installation is always waiting for a myhost.mydomain.com formated FQDN.
    I was forced to change the internal auth realm of zeroshell in order to be able to install zerotruth. After creating a new profile with a 2 component FQDN, the installation works fine.

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    saurom
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    Hi
    Hostname is not FQDN
    I tried to install Zerotruth, but after language option found error notification “Hostname is not FQDN”. Help me please how to fix
    here screenshot http://postimg.org/image/6xl4nl47r/

    https://www.zeroshell.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=5115

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