the configure script updates names for access point mode and general hostname field.
(here you can set what is really updated by the script )
def changeName(newName): _changeHostName(newName) _changeAPSSID(newName) def _changeHostName(newName): hostname_file = open('/etc/hostname','w') hostname_file.write(newName + "\n") hostname_file.close(); subprocess.call("hostname -F /etc/hostname", shell=True) def _changeAPSSID(newName): os.popen("sed -i 's/^ssid=.*/ssid=%s/' /etc/hostapd/hostapd.conf" % (newName)) subpro
'BlueZ - x.y.z' is used by BLE advertisement data and probably for Bluetooth Device Name ( bluetooth 2.0/edr, etc. ).
The answer, upon re reading, does show where the new hostname is stored so that is helpful. Apparently this name was changed by the system at some point. A bit of a mystery why it changed it when it did but I will accept that and go on. I will mark it as correct. I don't understand it but I don't have to. Edison changed the name at some point to make sure everyone wasn't called BLUEZ. That is nice.