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I get Failed to restart resolvconf. What is it that you are trying to do, exactly? Why is this happening? Find More Posts by jailbait. Type in a Name: DHCP is the program which automagically configures your internet connection every time you start or restart your nework. It is also possible to flush the cache if something is stale and needs to be refreshed manually.

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You can modify how DHCP configures resolv. You can learn how to modify what DHCP sets up by beginning at this web page: For that all you have to do is make required changes in resolv.

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If it is not in the man pages or the how-to's this is the place! Find More Posts by rpmacaspac. Blue Ridge Mountain Distribution: Linux Mint 17, Debian 8 Posts: Find More Posts by jailbait. View LQ Wiki Contributions. Find More Posts by SAbhi. Find More Posts by Berhanie. If not , then. Change DNS, simplest is: If you find this annoying, you can automate it as follows: By clicking "Post Your Answer", you acknowledge that you have read our updated terms of service , privacy policy and cookie policy , and that your continued use of the website is subject to these policies.

Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Sam 1 5 Neither of the commands you displayed changes the default route, nor the DNS. In order to do that, you will have to specify both such things yourself. What is it that you are trying to do, exactly? Changing the relevant entries in the two files work after reboot.

I want to avoid that. I can use ip route command also to dynamically change the default route. Is that persistent across boots? How about changing DNS settings? MariusMatutiae If my approach is wrong, please let me know the correct way to handle such situation.

Pls read my answer. Took me a little time to write it up. If not , then sudo ifdown eth0 sudo ifup eth0 will give you the new configuration. I understand the ip route commands and they do change the default route without the need to reboot. My problem can now be narrowed to changing nameservers without reboot. Actually I do not even mind if the changes do not persist across a reboot. How do I get the DNS entries in the config file to take effect without a reboot?

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service networking restart is not always a reliable way of down-upping all interfaces. The resolvconf -u command only updates loominggu.ga from resolvconf's own database. You need to update the database. There are other, more elegant ways to change DNSes (using resolvconf, writing to /etc/resolvconf.d) but since you seem to have a frequent problem nothing is as easy as this. share | improve this answer. Nov 16,  · After I change /etc/loominggu.ga, the command "host" and "nslookup" works fine, they can follow the new name server defined in the /etc/loominggu.ga, but the command "gethostbyname" will still use the old name server in the old /etc/loominggu.ga # service network restart. Top. 3 posts • Page 1 of 1. Return to “CentOS 4 - Miscellaneous.