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I would seriously doubt it. The standard for many years has been ASCII
characters excluding certain characters. You might be able to name a
machine something in UNICODE, but I don't think DNS or NIS or LDAP is
UNICODE compatible so what would be your point?
Better stay within the standard UNIX namespace of ASCII letters, first
must be a letter, and no punctuation.
If this is a requirement, what systems will it interoperate with?
Windows, UNIX, or something else? If you're in a stand-alone
environment, you might get away with it, but the rest of the internet
may not like it.
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