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[HTCondor-users] starting a fresh master requires me to edit UID_DOMAIN and CONDOR_HOST


I downloaded the 7.9.2 i686 deb package (we use 32bit). Ran `sudo dpkg -i condor.deb` and it went fine. No prompt, nothing. Great.
I started out with just executing on the master itself.

In 7.9.2 there is already a vanilla condor_config.local but out of the box these settings don't work.
A simple hello world via condor_submit will be in idle forever. 

CONDOR_ADMIN = root@mymaster

so mymaster is I have to manually specify this ip address rather than relying on $(FULL_HOSTNAME).
Otherwise, I get this

01/16/13 07:31:52 ---------- Started Negotiation Cycle ----------
01/16/13 07:31:52 Phase 1:  Obtaining ads from collector ...
01/16/13 07:31:52   Getting Scheduler, Submitter and Machine ads ...
01/16/13 07:31:52   Sorting 0 ads ...
01/16/13 07:31:52   Getting startd private ads ...
01/16/13 07:31:52 condor_write(): Socket closed when trying to write 108 bytes to collector at <>, fd is 8
01/16/13 07:31:52 Buf::write(): condor_write() failed
01/16/13 07:31:52 Couldn't fetch ads: communication error
01/16/13 07:31:52 Aborting negotiation cycle

I also have to specify `UID_DOMAIN` otherwise  I will get permission denied when the job returns to write to log file. I googled it and that's why I write it in the config.

Is this normal?
I thought it was my vanilla vm problem, but I installed a master on a physical ubuntu 12.04 LTS and still have the same issue, required me to edit these configurations.