On Fri, Oct 27, 2017 at 01:18:58PM +0100, Darac Marjal wrote:
> Who's saying it must be installed?
A few people in this thread, though I think they're saying "should"
rather than "must".
> Maybe I've missed something, but I think
> the consensus in this discussion was that if you want your resolv.conf to be
administrator-controlled, then don't have resolvconfLet's review what we've learned so far.
> installed. If you have resolvconf installed, then what's the point of
> neutering it with a command?
If you want to make local modifications to /etc/resolv.conf and have
them stick, here are some ways to do it:
1) chattr +i /etc/resolv.conf
2) Individually configure each daemon that might try to modify the file,
to make it stop doing so.
3) Install the resolvconf package, because by doing so you also install
various hacks that modify the behavior of all known Debian daemons,
stopping them from writing to /etc/resolv.conf.
Then tell resolvconf itself to do nothing by putting resolvconf=NO
in the /etc/resolvconf.conf file.
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