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resolv.conf changing over time

On Wed, 24 May 2006 00:23:16 +0200, Hendrik Sattler wrote:

> You use DHCP and your DHCP client changes /etc/resolv.conf because new
> name servers are announced.
> It is one of the main reasons to use DHCP: getting a working network setup

I'd feel more than happy if my /etc/resolv.conf change only at boot time.
Using a post boot script to over write the bad one with correct setting
would be a trivial task. 

but this is not my problem. Mine is that my /etc/resolv.conf is changing
all the time. 

My crabby ISP is so screwed up, that I need 4 or more seconds to resolve
google.com, and many time I would get "domain name not found" right in the
middling while I'm looking my yahoo email. It's no use complaining to my
ISP. I just installed the DNS cache server. 

The problem is it won't be long before my etc/resolv.conf, which points to
my own DNS cache server, get changed. How can I solve that? Is there any
hooks like ipup(?) for dial up? 



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