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What overwrites /etc/resolv.conf on every boot?

I was given the files for a mini linux, that boots directly into firefox. It works for all it should be doing, only that I do not get an internet connection. We have 3 DNS servers in the network, ...
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How to make resolvconf append nameservers to the list instead of prepending them?

I'm trying to configure OpenVPN to update DNS-servers as described here. That seems to work, but resolvconf prepends nameservers (and also search domains) to the list of existing nameservers. How can ...
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BOOTPROTO=none | static | dhcp and /etc/resolv.conf

What does it mean when it says BOOTPROTO=none in the /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 file. I remember there used to be BOOTPROTO=static and it was very clear and straight-forward in telling ...
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nameservers erased after systemctl restart network.service

I'm working on centos 7, and having problematic behaviour when setting network interface from dhcp to static ip configuration. I edit /etc/resolv.conf, and run systemctl restart network.service The ...
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Can subsequent nameservers defined in /etc/resolv.conf be used if the previous nameservers can not be resolved?

I don't know much about networking...but I've been spending a lot of time reading about it. In my /etc/resolv.conf I have listed 3 nameservers. I understand that the second name namer is used only ...
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How to auto generate resolv.conf on Centos 6.5

I just installed CentOS 6.5 and configured the following files: /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0 DEVICE=eth0 HWADDR=aa:bb:dd:dd:ee:ff TYPE=Ethernet UUID=adfddfaf-9sda-adse-dfs4-asdfsdfdfg97 ...
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Why do DNS queries fail if the first nameserver is not recursive?

I have a Linux box (Ubuntu server 11.10) inside a Windows Active Directory domain, and is joined the domain using likewise-open. The resolv.conf file looks like this: domain mydomain.com nameserver ...
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issues with resolv.conf

I was tinkering with my resolv.conf file. I logged in to root and made the changes to it there. All of a sudden, I cannot get through to any websites using my Firefox browser. The file looks like ...
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What does my router need to act as a name server for my home network?

I am happily using an old PC as a router. Two network cards, Debian wheezy, NAT, ... everything just fine. My home network uses static IPs, which I am also happy with. However, every box on my home ...
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List all DNS Servers, including those pushed by VPN

I want to know which DNS servers are in effect when I run commands like nslookup, dig, host, ping, etc. The general answer is to cat /etc/resolv.conf, or to look at NetworkManager, but that's only ...
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Ubuntu server cannot access the Internet: appears DNS related

This is a Drupal website running Ubuntu 12.04 LTS on Linode. The server is just a website. It is not a DNS server or anything else. Here are my issues. It seems they are all related to DNS issues. ...
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Why is dnsmasq putting my router IP in /etc/resolv.conf instead of 127.0.0.1?

I'm having DNS resolution issues in various contexts which appear to trace back to my networking configuration. I'm running just the dnsmasq-base installation of dnsmasq on two Linux installations ...
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Ubuntu: How to configure DNS servers in /etc/network/interfaces correctly for resolvconf?

All examples I have seen of configurations (/etc/network/interfaces) showed that you configure an interface and then underneath that gave the dns-* lines such as: auto eth0 iface eth0 inet static ...