root account can access the internet, the other account can only access google
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Okay, maybe one step at a time...let's go with repo's advice:
Do you know how to set this? If not, well, it's pretty simple:
- open a console
- issue "su -" (no excamation marks, the hyphen is part of the "spell")...
- enter the root password
- enter "gedit /etc/resolv.conf" and add the line "nameserver 184.108.40.206" (no exclamation marks)and save
- issue "exit" twice (one to get out of the root account, one to close the console)
Possible snag: resolv.conf may be somewhere else, in that case, try a sys-wide seek first...
I did this, and just add one line to the end of that file. And open the browser directly. but still the same.
if I use 220.127.116.11, I can't access to the internet. so I already changed my setting in the resolv.conf into the original setting, which is the DNS Server in our university. And then ping all this address and showed the above results.
should I change it back to 18.104.22.168, and tried to ping all this address again?
Okay, so, no, dont change the resolv back (just yet) - now, as things stand, you can ping 127.0.0.1, the gateway, but...can you ping anything outside? Let's leave google aside for a moment, try to ping yahoo instead. Just to mix the results...