You possibly could make the resolv.conf file not writable by anyone.
Such as 'chmod 222 resolv.conf'.
On Thu, Jan 13, 2000 at 02:36:54AM -0500, Zulfiqar Naushad wrote:
> Well, now that I have set up my own DNS caching server, I have
> encounterd a small problem.
> I have setup my Linux box to use DHCP to configure eth0.
> The problem is that during bootup the system modifies my /etc/resolv.conf
> file and adds the @home DNS servers there.
> I would like it not to do that. How is that possible?
> Zulfiqar Naushad
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