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I am running Fedora Core 3. I need to have a few DNS Search Paths in my /etc/resolv.conf. If I add them directly or by way of system-config-redhat they disappear after a reboot or if I do a $service network restart. I believe dhcp is putting the defaul one in and removing the others. Does anyone know of a way around this?
yeah this is part of the DHCP specifications, you'll need to add a command line flag to your dhcp client, normally there's a DHCPARGS variable, which you would specificy in /etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0. if you're using dhcpcd, it's the -R option, but this will proabbly vary on othter clients, e.g. pump, dhclient, dhcpxd check tha relevant manpage for your option.