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comment Yum regular expression or wildcard search?
Oooh, I see now. Well, that explains it. One nitpicking remark though cl-* isn't a regular expression, it's a glob or whatever it's called. It's a regular language (in Chomskian terms), but we usually say that something is a regular expression if it defines a grammar for regular language (by using at least three basic operations: concatenation, alteration and Kleene star).
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comment Yum regular expression or wildcard search?
Did I try yum search cl-*? - yes I did. This finds nothing (maybe different yum version? I'm still using FC18).
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comment How to set DNS resolver in Fedora using network-manager?
It restarts the service, "formally" it all goes well, except that it can't connect using all the same configuration as it used during the system boot. But I'm not knowledgeable enough to tell where it chokes. I can see in dmesg log that it struggles to enable a link, which it doesn't even have to try, and then it fails, and then goes back to try and connect on it and so in a loop, never even trying the proper interface.
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comment How to set DNS resolver in Fedora using network-manager?
Thanks a lot for your time, even though in the end I used Rahul Patil's answer, this was very educational!
Sep
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comment How to set DNS resolver in Fedora using network-manager?
The #1 worked for me, thanks a lot!
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comment How to set DNS resolver in Fedora using network-manager?
Nope :) It must be overwriting it later, after it receives some info from ISP. But this gave me some ideas, I'll go rumble through the network-scripts, maybe it's there somewhere...
Sep
10
comment How to set DNS resolver in Fedora using network-manager?
I disabled and enabled networking through the KDE widget. I believe that this should restart it. Unfortunately restarting it via service NetworkManager restart doesn't work - don't know why :| it fails to connect after I try to restart it like this.
Sep
10
comment How to set DNS resolver in Fedora using network-manager?
Nope, didn't help. It rewrote it anyway. As much as I could infer from that file, the plugins in that section are meant for caching of retrieved DNS records. But I may be wrong.
Sep
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comment How to set DNS resolver in Fedora using network-manager?
The interesting thing about it is that I do not know how it was created. :) All I know is that pon and poff magically work and that the NetworkManager is somehow able to use it. My first guess was that it mus've been pppoeconf, but it isn't even installed here...
Sep
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comment How to set DNS resolver in Fedora using network-manager?
Thanks, close, but not yet. The interface being used is ppp and there's no corresponding ifcfg-ppp file :|
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