I'm having trouble getting my CentOS 5.5 EC2 instances (both i386 and x86_64) to properly populate resolv.conf after booting. No matter what I do, I end up with the default EC2 resolv.conf: ; ...
I have a fresh install of RHEL6 and I am unable to find any config file to do advanced configuration for dhclient. I am trying to find something like dhclient.conf on Ubuntu so I can modify options ...
I have a server with two interfaces connected to two separate networks, using DHCP for both. When dhclient is writing /etc/resolv.conf, I would like it to append settings that aren't already there. ...