Handling resolv.conf on Ubuntu Server 14.04 LTS
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Mon Jun 16 08:15:36 UTC 2014
Le 15/06/2014 17:41, Tom H a écrit :
> If you'd like to disable resolvconf:
> 1) Remove "dns-nameserver[s]" from "/etc/network/interfaces"
> 2) Change "/etc/resolv.conf" into a file and populate it with
> "nameserver 127.0.0.1"
> 3) Run "echo manual > /etc/init/resolv.override"
I tried to do as you suggested. resolv.conf still gets overwritten upon
reboot. And as a side effect, SSH login also "hangs" for what seems to
be an eternity.
So the lesser evil seems to be to put all the stuff in
/etc/network/interfaces and restart the whole server when I want to make
changes to resolv.conf.
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