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You can use resolvconf if it isn't already installed use: sudo apt-get install resolvconf. Then edit the config file: sudo nano /etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/base. Enter your nameserves (one per line) with: nameserver xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx Update resolvconf with sudo resolvconf -u Changes should be permanent and for all interfaces.
They are defined in /etc/resolv.conf.
The IP address 127.0.0.1 means localhost, i.e. it refers to your computer. The DNS response is coming from your computer. The host program, like all other programs on the system, knows which DNS server to query by looking in the file /etc/resolv.conf. The reason your computer is sending the DNS response is that it is running a DNS cache. The DNS cache ...
I have the same problem with an HP-UX system, NFS is not working, SAM does not want to launch and a few a other services are running slow or refuse to run. Although I don't know the solution yet, I bet if you go to any other computer (Linux, Windows, UNIX) that use the same DNS server and try to resolve any host name and end it with a dot (.) you'll get the ...
Access your website from outside your computer If I understand correctly, you have a virtual machine containing an Apache server hosting the default "It works!" page. In order for this to be accessible from the Internet, it must first be accessible from outside the host machine (the host machine is the one running the Virtualbox software). To do this, open ...
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