I've read that I should have
nameserver 127.0.1.1 in my
/etc/resolv.conf file only if my machine has its own DNS server. Since it doesn't, having it causes problems. But no matter what I do I can not get rid of it!
Here are the things I've done so far:
/etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/basefile. (192.168.1.3 is our network's DNS).
sudo resolvconf --enable-updates.
sudo resolvconf -u.
sudo service network-manager restart(just to make sure).
Yet when I open the
/etc/resolv.conf file it says:
nameserver 127.0.1.1! Does anyone have any idea what's wrong?
Please note that it's actually
127.0.1.1! And I have no idea why it's not
Even when I update the
/etc/resolv.conf manually and change it to anything else, the
sudo resolvconf -u will revert it back to
127.0.1.1! Where is this address coming from?