Re: [nslu2-linux] Editing resolv.conf
- Victor Hadianto wrote:
>> At least for Debian, if resolv.conf is installed, /etc/resolv.conf isUnslung is the Linksys firmware, opened up. It is not very compatible
>> just a symbolic link, and to have your own you just need to replace
>> the link with a proper file.
>> Otherwise, if resolv.conf is really overwritten by dhclient, you
>> should add an entry like:
>> supersede domain-name-servers <dns1-ip>, <dns2-ip>;
>> into you /etc/dhclient.conf file.
> This file does not exist on my nslu. I'm using Unslung by the way,
> what's the equivalent of this file in Unslung?
with any standard Linux system, I'm afraid. You'll have to set your
Unslung system to boot with a fixed IP, then you can enter the DNS
servers that you wish.
There may be a way to do this with diversion scripts, but I rather
suspect the Linksys code will simply overwrite your changes each time it
renews the DHCP lease. Just go the easy way; use a static IP on Unslung.