a program that manages the resolv.conf file.

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How can I use a local DNS server?

I need to test a few websites on my local network. I've already setup a DNS server with bind9 for my internet domains, and that works. I can also add a few domains to the /etc/hosts file, so I can ...
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dns not resolving

I upgraded to ubuntu 14.04 and DNS no longer resolves. I've got a static IP in /etc/network/interfaces with dns-nameservers and dns-search lines. My resolv.conf file appears to be the correct ...
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Regenerate resolv.conf from dhclient.conf without releasing/renewing IP?

When I make changes to dhclient.conf such as modifying the DNS search path (so that the changes don't get lost on reboot or DHCP renews), how do I regenerate /etc/resolv.conf? That page suggests ...
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resolvconf Error when running dhclient in recovery mode

when I go to recovery mode and I want to activate networking, I usually type: dhclient eth0 After this, I can for example ping to www.google.com. However, I get the following error: RTNETLINK ...
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resolveconf -u keeps adding an unwanted search domain to resolve.conf

I have my desktop computer configured with a static IP address: However, /etc/resolve.conf keeps getting overwritten with: nameserver 127.0.0.1 search localdomain example.com This seems to ...
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From where comes /run/resolvconf/interface/eth0.dhclient file

I'm searching for original configuration file that is the source for generating /run/resolvconf/interface/eth0.dhclient file. That file contain DNS server names and the domain name for my machine. I'...
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DNS configured in network manager but not working

I have 2 DNS configured in network manager for my connection (Selected DHCP Addresses only). The DNS are working good if used with nslookup. /run/resolvconf/resolv.conf # Dynamic resolv.conf(5) ...
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How to completly disable LLMNR?

By default, with LLMNR=yes set in /etc/systemd/resolved.conf, here are the port bindings (using netstat -l -p -a -n): tcp 0 0 0.0.0.0:5355 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN ...
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Where is the content of my generated resolv.conf coming from?

I have a Ubuntu 14.10 server with resolvconf installed. In /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/base, I have: nameserver 127.0.0.1 In /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/head, I have: # Dynamic resolv.conf(5) ...
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Resolvconf is ignoring domain-names received by dhcpclient

My workstation is connected to a network which uses dhcp for IP-configuration. I'm running 12.04 which is using /etc/network/interfaces for the network configuration. For eth0 I have: auto eth0 iface ...
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How can I repair “/run/resolvconf/interface” missing error?

An upgrade from Ubuntu 14.04LTS to Ubuntu 15 failed. Package repair hangs at this point: Setting up resolvconf (1.77ubuntu1) ... Processing triggers for resolvconf (1.77ubuntu1) ... resolvconf: ...
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Can't install 15.10 on my laptop

I upgraded from 15.04 and the upgrade seemed to go alright. It won't boot now --- x windows crashes. I tried running it from a root shell after enabling networking, but that doesn't work: resolvconf ...
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Resolvconf doesn't generate nameserver IP when I used openvswitch?

Why can't resolvconf generate dns-server or how to troubleshoot it? root@openstack-controller-01[Standby]:/home/user01# cat /etc/resolv.conf # Dynamic resolv.conf(5) file for glibc resolver(3) ...
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dns-nameserver entries are ignored after 127.x.x.x

I'm trying to configure a static eth0 in a 1404 vps (lxc container). My interface config is auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static address 192.168.1.1 netmask 255.255.0.0 gateway 192.168.10.10 dns-...
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How can I make OpenVPN run two --up scripts?

Im running uBuntu and I have a OpenVPN connection to my VPN provider and it runs a upscript that starts transmission and a few other things and a --down script that closes it etc. But its leaking DNS ...
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dhcp default behavior

Ubuntu 15.04 (but I think that the question may be also "relevant" with previous and may be following releases) When I start my laptop, the initial dns/resolv conf looks like : # Generated by ...