I've just changed the hosting for my Domain the name got propagated (24 hours passed) I have new page (without SSL because I didn't added it yet on new hosting) on my android phone. But when I open the page in Chromium or Fedora I see old redirect to https.

How can I flush/clear my local DNS so I'll see new page and can do something with new site.

For both my phone and my laptop I use same WiFi so it's not cache in router.

In this question How to flush the DNS cache in Debian? first answer don't work and second is for server that have Bind, I don't have bind, it's not a server.

My /etc/resolv.conf look like this:

# Generated by NetworkManager
nameserver fe80::1%wlp3s0
  • Which version? What does /etc/resolv.confcontain?
    – muru
    Aug 7, 2019 at 11:23
  • @muru Fedora 29, also added resolve.conf I've edited the question just afer adding, but forget to save.
    – jcubic
    Aug 7, 2019 at 11:28

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It seems to be rather the cache of the web browser on Chromium, which contains the old HTTPS page/redirect. Empting the cache of the web browser should help. More on that topic: https://www.technipages.com/google-chrome-clear-cache

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