Ubuntu

DNS on Ubuntu 18.04

For years it’s been simple to set up DNS on a Linux machine. Just add a couple of entries to /etc/resolv.conf and you’re done. # Use Google's public DNS servers. nameserver 8.8.4.4 nameserver 8.8.8.8 But things change and now it’s not that simple. If you now edit /etc/resolv.conf on Ubuntu you’ll find that the edits are ephemeral. If you restart (or even hibernate) your machine then they’ll be overwritten by default content.