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comment Strip specific option from a response in dhclient
I did file a feature request with ISC now. Unfortunately, they don't have a public bug tracker, but it's ISC bug #35631. Debian bug #672232 also deals with a similar topic.
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comment Strip specific option from a response in dhclient
I'm running Ubuntu 13.10. The ntpdate hook is present as well (and part of the default installation), but as stated above it only produces a config for the CLI tool. This makes no difference as long as you don't call ntpdate. If the NTP daemon (package "ntp") is installed, there also is the ntp hook. That establishes an additional ntp.conf and also restarts the daemon, which then prefers the new config.
Mar
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comment Strip specific option from a response in dhclient
I had already done that, but just couldn't believe that there's not also a way to ignore certain parts of a response in the first place. As it stands, just deleting the hook still appears to be the best solution.
Mar
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comment Strip specific option from a response in dhclient
Your appended solution basically appears to be the best, see also @dfc's answer. However, the respective hook is ntp and not ntpdate. The latter just writes the config for the ntpdate CLI tool , which has little to do with the NTP daemon.
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comment Strip specific option from a response in dhclient
From my understanding, prepend adds additional values to the front of the response. I want to completely replace the ntp-servers option with an empty value or remove it at all.
Mar
17
comment Strip specific option from a response in dhclient
As I said, my DHCP server's answer contains the particular option regardless of what was requested.
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comment Dynamically update completion list in zsh
@user112553 The first option: In that sense, it shouldn't actually behave like a repeated TAB. I just want the suggestion list to dynamically adjust.
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