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Hello Saturne64 and welcome to Askubuntu! The contents of /etc/resolv.conf are ultimately overwritten, but we can still set your DNS server of choice for your computer through the Network Manager. Please follow these steps: Click the wifi icon at the top-right of your screen and choose "Network Connections" Click "Edit" Click the "IPV4 Settings" tab Next ...


So I figured out I can do this with nginx, which I had planned on setting up anyway. This is what I did! Added this under nginx/sites-available server { listen; server_name; location /confluence { proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Host $host; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Server $host; ...


You need to set the DNS settings in whatever tool you use to configure your network (for example NetworkManager or /etc/network/interfaces). Alternatively, you can uninstall resolvconf to revert to a more traditional setup (or old-fashioned, depending on your point of view).


Have you already tried this IP for Ubuntu?


The problem seems to have been that my admin had created an entry on the Domain Controller for this server. This apparently caused a conflict that caused Kerberos to encounter the following error when trying to join: kyle@Server21:~$ sudo net ads join -k Failed to join domain: failed to lookup DC info for domain 'COMPANYNAME.LOCAL' over rpc: An internal ...

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