wadearnold

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About halfway through installation something in the script changes /etc/resolve.conf to the following.
domain darkorb.net
search darkorb.net
nameserver 205.162.50.248
nameserver 66.96.193.2
nameserver 66.96.194.2
I am then not able to resolve any hosts. I have added my name servers back into installd/resolve.conf but this does not seem to help. My hope was that it coppied that file into the /etc/resolve.conf on the the next run.
 

wadearnold

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add to resolve.conf

I added to installd/resolve.conf the first line and this seems to work.

nameserver 24.6.200.15
domain darkorb.net
search darkorb.net
nameserver 205.162.50.248
nameserver 66.96.193.2
nameserver 66.96.194.2
 

feanor

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Wade-
The search function of this forum often helps....

Just put in YOUR preferred list of nameservers, in the /etc/resolv.conf, lock it with \"chattr +i /etc/resolv.conf\", and be done with it. The darkorb nameservers being thrown in there are only for internal customers on their network (in Pennsylvania).... :D

The chattr command + CPanel = devastating combination.
(in a good way)

Peac.e
 

ServerIntelligence

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This command \"chattr +i /etc/resolv.conf\", do you run this from the cmd promp or put it in the conf file itself.

Thanks.

Originally posted by feanor
Wade-
The search function of this forum often helps....

Just put in YOUR preferred list of nameservers, in the /etc/resolv.conf, lock it with \"chattr +i /etc/resolv.conf\", and be done with it. The darkorb nameservers being thrown in there are only for internal customers on their network (in Pennsylvania).... :D

The chattr command + CPanel = devastating combination.
(in a good way)

Peac.e