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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 ...


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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 www.thelavender.net:80; server_name www.thelavender.net; location /confluence { proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Host $host; proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Server $host; ...


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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).


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Have you already tried this IP for Ubuntu?


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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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