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Anybody experience problems with DNS resolution in Ubuntu 13.04? Ubuntu users are pulling IPs from DHCP (including DNS IP) but DNS doesn't resolve unless we manually change the resolv.conf file. I can see that DHCP sucessfully pulls the correct DNS server IP. Mac and Windows users are not affected.

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    Please provide more information by editing the question. Are you using any VPN or something else that is changing the DNS IP. Or is this a one-time setup problem?
    – user68186
    May 24 '13 at 14:23
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    See askubuntu.com/questions/137037/…
    – user68186
    May 24 '13 at 14:31
  • I have the same problem... but from recently... everything was working one week ago... I checked with the IT office, they say everything is ok (settings), but it does not work correctly.
    – lilicus
    Aug 2 '13 at 5:12
  • dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf from @user68186 link, worked for me on 13.04
    – Radu Maris
    Sep 24 '13 at 7:47
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Yes, dpkg-reconfigure resolvconf resolved my problem with a malfunction DNS. I think my problem originate from using Fortinet SSL VPN client.

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I found that I had to manually add the DNS nameserver addresses to resolv.conf. The DHCP linkage to the DNS resolver is not working in Trusty (14.04) on my son's Chrubuntu Acer c720p Chromebook.

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