I discovered the following problem:
When my slackbox boots up, it has the wrong nameserver setup.
I tried Slackware 11 (2.6.18) on VMWARE with two virtual ethernet cards, the first one is NAT, the second is Host-only.
Both are configured to use DHCP in /etc/rc.d/rc.inet1.conf.
After startup, only the ip address of the second network card's (Host-only) gateway/dns is entered in /etc/resolv.conf automatically,
so i cant resolve internet names like www.google.com.
On other Linux Distributions my /etc/resolv.conf has several nameservers, depending on how many netcards i use.
My current workaround is to override the /etc/resolv.conf manually with the help of the rc.local script uppon boot by overriding it with the gateway/dns of the NAT's networkcard (the one which can connect to internet).
This is really not the "clean" way and im searching for a solution for this issue.
I am happy for every tipp and suggestion one will give me to solve this issue.
Thank you in advance and with kind regards,
I think that dhcpcd replaces, not updates, /etc/resolv.conf when it obtains an IP address. Maybe use the -R option on the second card to stop that behaviour.
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