Re: why does resolv.conf change?
- From: Clive McBarton <clivemcbarton@xxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2010 22:14:29 +0100
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To make my original question more precise: I want the stuff I write into
resolv.conf to persist, but it does not have to be in that file. I'm
happy to write things elsewhere as long as *some place* makes my changes
Sjoerd Hardeman wrote:
Therefore, dns settings should be set either via dhcp, in
/etc/networks/interfaces or via some user-leven config framework like
wicd or network-manager.
So maybe I should actually *install* resolvconf or reinstall
network-manager? In that case, I need help with where the new config goes.
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