Commit 82b700f7 by vindarel

use resolvconf

parent 268b4da6
......@@ -34,13 +34,13 @@ it will configure your configuration file with the three DNS servers
that suit you best. They are taken from their page: http://www.opennicproject.org/nearest-servers/
(you should ensure the DNS servers are not in the same location)
To check if the script worked, try to access a site which can only be resolved by opennic (like http://www. ), or just run
To check if the script worked, try to access a site which can only be resolved by opennic (like http://wiki.opennic.glue/SponsoredTLDs), or just run
python opennic-set.py --test
More precisely, the script does the following:
- it retrieves which are the nearest opennic DNS servers from your location (if there's a problem, takes 3 by default)
- it adds them to the configuration file used by resolvconf (/etc/resolvconf.d/tail)
- it adds them to the configuration file used by resolvconf (/etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/tail)
- it runs resolvconf -u to update
- it tests wether we can access opennic's TLDs.
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