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Re: Why does resolv.conf keep changing?




> If Debian developers who are responsible for resolvconf are reading this,
> and if they actually CARE about making things work correctly and sensibly,
> then here is yet another proposal: give us a way to QUICKLY and EASILY
> and RELIABLY tell resolvconf "never do anything".

`resolvconf` only touches /etc/resolv.conf when it is installed/initialized.
What it does to it is to replace it with a symlink.
After that, it doesn't touch it any morel instead it only modifies the file
that is the target of that symlink.

So there's your answer:
- rm /etc/resolv.conf
- zile /etc/resolv.conf

The only wrinkle left is that `resolvconf` will regularly check that
/etc/resolv.conf is still a symlink and emit a warning if it is not
(since it's usually the result of a mistake).  To silence this warning
set REPORT_ABSENT_SYMLINK=no in /etc/default/resolvconf.


        Stefan