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accepted How to edit /etc/resolv.conf on Ubuntu 12.04
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comment How to edit /etc/resolv.conf on Ubuntu 12.04
You says that it isn't necessary to add prepend domain-name-servers 127.0.0.1 to /etc/dhcp/dhclient.conf because local nameservers themselves register their listen address(es) with resolvconf and there is no need for DHCP clients to do this. But if I don't add that line, 127.0.0.1 doesn't appear in /etc/resolv.conf, while I've a running BIND9 on my box and I want to use it for name resolution.
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comment Differences between “apache”'s installations
Thank you. I had never heard before, but reading the official site it seems a good choice. However I'd like to know the answer to my question.
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comment Writing a simple firewall with iptables
I explained in the first post why now it works, but I don't understand the reason ...
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comment Writing a simple firewall with iptables
This is not a "real" firewall (in fact I'm running it on Ubuntu on VirtualBox), but I just want to learn how to use. I want to let pass ONLY dns and http traffic outgoing. For this reason, I added these lines on the OUTPUT chain, but they seems not to work. In addition, iptables -L -v says that all the dns outgoing packets match the rule, while all the incoming packets are dropped. Why?
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