Are you using Linuxconf profiles so you can switch between network
settings at home and at the office? That's all that I can think of.
grep -r "IP address" /etc/sysconfig/*
That might find the IP address of the offending dns server.
John Madden wrote:
>> I tried that but when I rebooted, resolv.conf had been rewritten with
> the old settings. Is there some network script that writes that file on
>> On Thu, 27 Sep 2001 Donncha O Caoimh didst pronounce:
>> >Edit the file /etc/resolv.conf and change the IP address there. Unless
> >of course you've done some fancy "profile" stuff with Linuxconf, then
> >look in /etc/sysconfig/ for the IP address, it may be there!
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