Go to Solution 3 3 2 +2 5 Participants Mazdajai(3 comments) LVL 21 Linux18 Linux Distributions9 Linux Networking7 marrj(3 comments) LVL 1 Tintin(2 comments) LVL 48 Linux25 Linux Distributions12 Linux Networking7 Also, do not configure any DNS servers to use the .local domain, as mDNS/sd-DNS resolvers will mask lookups to that domain. Now however I can not: [email protected]:~# resolveip google.com resolveip: Unable to find hostid for 'google.com': try again If i try to access resolv.conf it is reported back as file does not US Election results 2016: What went wrong with prediction models? http://tawish.org/resolve-hostname/ubuntu-cannot-resolve-hostname.php
Hmm. One is: "The password you use to log in to your computer no longer matches that of your log in keyring." This is in a window that pops up on my Below is what mine looks like now - but I've changed the actual name to "oldhost" because that is what it is - the old host name. It's not just that the local DNS server is being queried for all of this.
Here 220.127.116.11 is also Google's DNS.
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One is that when I edit the hostname in those files things become separated between the hostname and the keyring.
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Thank you. 12.04 networking server hostname share|improve this question edited Dec 8 '14 at 19:16 muru 71.1k13129180 asked Dec 8 '14 at 19:13 Threshold 28114 Please check the output
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some more info: whilst on server, if I ping another PC (wstation) $ ping wstation PING wstation.local.domain (x.x.x.x) If I then append .local $ ping wstation.local PING wstation.local.local.domain (x.x.x.x) and directly This site is not affiliated with Linus Torvalds or The Open Group in any way. Do you use static IP or DHCP? –heemayl Dec 8 '14 at 21:11 Could you please post the output of nm-tool. Ubuntu Unable To Resolve Hostname ping 18.104.22.168 pings normally.
Resolver configuration The resolver configuration is of great importance here. Ubuntu Cannot Resolve Dns Join them; it only takes a minute: Sign up Here's how it works: Anybody can ask a question Anybody can answer The best answers are voted up and rise to the Which led me to this forum post: ping doesn't make a dns request. For your internal DNS TLD, use .lan, .work, .home, etc (but NOT one of the new TLDs, like .biz, .xyz, .web, etc...).
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How is the correct air speed for fuel combustion obtained at the inlet of the combustor? Dakoolguy111 826,415 views 6:26 Ubuntu Server 14.04 Setup Part 2 - Change Hostname - Duration: 4:49. How do I tell if iptables is running? Source I think when I changed the password in the keyring I used the gui and first went into "users and groups" and then went to: "Applications > Passwords and Encryption Keys"
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This site is not affiliated with Linus Torvalds or The Open Group in any way. As for the "unable to resolve host" thing, it happens when you change hostnames. Do we know Ford's old name? Ubuntu Hostname Not Resolving and what your HTTP proxy settings are for Chrome, Firefox, and wget. –JdeBP Jan 21 '14 at 13:27 @DavidSchwartz: I'm expecting resolution to work.
Code: /etc/hosts Contains seven items (plus a description line that is commented out). Does calling a function that mutates static local variables twice in the same expression lead to undefined behavior? Of course this is just a temporary solution. have a peek here Is there anything I can to to cover myself if some mistake were to be made and I got locked out of my computer or something?