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Mon Apr 28 14:23:53 UTC 2008
Michael Leone wrote:
> On Mon, Apr 28, 2008 at 9:22 AM, Derek Broughton <news at pointerstop.ca>
>> > Not if the "resolvconf" package is installed, I don't think. I had a
>> > problem like that, and it was down to the "resolvconf" package. My
>> > Linux server is in the process of being rebuilt (hardware issues), but
>> > the old advice is sometimes no longer applicable.
>> Generally you don't want to touch resolv.conf (in fact, it usually says
>> so...). You set your domain name in dhclient.conf (I've said this so
>> many times, I leave it as an exercise to the reader to find it and set
> Since I use static IPs for my machine, no, I don't set it in
> dhclient.conf. :-) I take your point, however.
Do you use static IPs with wireless (as the OP is)? I think the
configuration requirements for that are much more awkward than configuring
the router to always serve up the same IP address for each MAC.
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