Re: Static address and resolvconf problem

That doesn't solve the problem: when I select static configuration and reboot, the nameserver entry is deleted from /etc/resolv.conf ( whichever it is, or other ).

José Queiroz escribió:
Why don't you install a dns server on your machine? This way you can
use resolvconf to fix "nameserver" to you, and never again
need to guess what is your dns server right now...

2010/1/23 Aldo Caruso <aldo caruso argencasas com>:
 I have Ubuntu 8.0, two network manager configurations corresponding to two
locations: one when I'm at home with a static IP address, and the other for
using wi fi with dynamic IP addressed.
 Everything worked well until I installed the resolvconf package.
 When I use the dynamic configuration there is no problem. If instead I
select the static one, everything works fine until I reboot my machine.
 After a boot, the file /etc/resolv.conf has no entries (only default
comments), and I must reselect the static configuration from network manager
in order to get the static DNSs listed in /etc/resolv.conf

Thanks for any clue.
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