On Tue, Jan 11, 2000 at 01:08:10PM -0800, Tom Eastep wrote:
> > I've asked for a switch in "pump" to permit the /etc/resolv.conf to be left
> > alone. The damn thing runs at root, so I'm not sure that changing the
> > permissions to read-only will help (but I'll try it for grins).
> > Looking at dhcpcd, it has the same problem...
> "man dhcpcd" -- look at the -R option.
Incidentally, the dhcpd server actually comes with its own DHCP client
(dhclient) in the client/ subdirectory. That one uses a shell script in
/etc to do most of the system configuration, which means you can hack it to
do all kinds of strange and wonderful things.
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