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Old 11-15-2005, 05:30 AM   #1
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Yast DHCP server setup warning message

I am running Suse 9.2. The machine is connected via a LAN and router. After some changes to the system with Yast, I now get a warning whenever I edit some of the network options. The warning says:

"The resolver configuration file (/etc/resolv.conf) has been temporarily modified by dhcpcd. You have two options:
Modify the current (changed!) version of the file
Press 'Accept' now and continue editing other (non-resolver) data. You could return to this dialogue later when the above service has terminated."

I <think> that this all began after I accidentally opened and then aborted the Yast module which configures the machine as a DHCP server. I don't want it to be a DHCP server.

Replacing resolv.conf with a saved "good" copy is useless because something replaces it with another temporary one!

Despite the error message, the machine is working very well. But I would like it to go away.

Thanks in advance,



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