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Debian Configuration :: Preferred Resolv.conf Fix For Bind9?


I "fixed" my Lenny home server bind9 configuration because my resolv.conf was always overwritten loosing configuration. The fix involved adding the following to /etc/resolvconf.resolv.conf.d.base.

##base file at /etc/resolveconf/resolveconf.d/base
nameserver 127.0.0.1
nameserver 192.168.1.4

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View 1 Replies (Posted: 2010-12-30 09:38)

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