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Old 11-03-2016, 10:53 AM   #1
Brosef_Stalin
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Exclamation wicd-client ignores global DNS configuration and replaces /etc/resolv.conf on connection


I have set global DNS settings in wicd-client and checked the box to use them, but each time it makes a connection it replaces /etc/resolv.conf with one generated from the network connection and uses the network's DNS configuration. Anyone know how to get it to stop doing this and actually use my global DNS settings?

/etc/wicd/manager-settings.conf:
Code:
[Settings]
backend = external
wireless_interface = wlan0
wired_interface = eth0
wpa_driver = wext
always_show_wired_interface = False
use_global_dns = True
global_dns_1 = 96.90.175.167
global_dns_2 = 104.238.153.178
global_dns_3 = 45.32.215.96
global_dns_dom = None
global_search_dom = None
auto_reconnect = True
debug_mode = 0
wired_connect_mode = 1
signal_display_type = 0
should_verify_ap = 1
dhcp_client = 0
link_detect_tool = 0
flush_tool = 0
sudo_app = 0
prefer_wired = False
show_never_connect = True
 
Old 11-03-2016, 11:21 AM   #2
Brosef_Stalin
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I found a fix. I simply manually edited, then write-protected resolv.conf with the command below to keep processes like wicd or the DHCP client from modifying it.
Code:
chattr +i /etc/resolv.conf
 
  


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