On 22 Mar 2006, at 09:28, John Madden wrote:
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>> On (22/03/06 09:13), Kevin Philp didst pronounce:
>> /etc/resolv.conf manually thenat reboot it gets overwritten -
>> where do I fill in nameserver information in Ubuntu?
>>> If you're using dhcpd, try the following in /etc/dhcpd.conf
>> option domain-name-servers IP1, IP2;
Exactly John, but he will need a dhcp server for that - I cannot
imagine a soho router doing that.
Failing that, you could always add a script to /etc/rc.local which
will simply echo that info into resolv.conf
The setup of this via dhcpd is trivial. Why not let a server hand out
>> - --
> Chat ya later,
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