Re: routing table problem after power failure (sarge)
One little problem remains: when I enable eth1 in the auto section of
/etc/network/interfaces and reboot, I can't do nslookups any more. But the
/etc/resolv.conf is still not overwritten.
I think i'll decide to not use eth1, only eth0 (100Mbit). That would be
enough for a LAN with 3 windows clients, all 100Mbit.
> I found the "/etc/resolv.conf" was a link to
> "/etc/resolvconf/run/resolv.conf" Thus it seemed to be the removal of
> resolvconf package wasn't very successful, somewhere in the history of
> this box, although nowadays "apt-get remove resolvconf" retuns a 'not
'apt-get remove' does not remove configuration files.
I suggest you file a bug report against resolvconf. It should fix
/etc/resolv.conf upon removal.
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