I just took a look at my /etc/resolv.conf file:
[root@cs2867-221 /root]# cat /etc/resolv.conf |wc -l
I'm a Time Warner (Austin) RoadRunner cable modem
subscriber, and my machine is configured via DHCP/pump when
Apparently every time I've rebooted or up/downed my ethernet
interface, pump has been just appending the DNS server info
to /etc/resolv.conf instead of *appending* to it. I'm
running the updated version of pump from the errata (I've
already filed one other, more serious bug on it . . )
Here's a (very) small sample of the file:
[root@cs2867-221 /etc]# head -50 resolv.conf
search austin.rr.com rr.com
Everything works, I just noticed my resolv.conf was a TAD
bigger than it should have been. 8-)
er, that should have read "just appending the DNS server info to
/etc/resolv.conf instead of *replacing* it". My typo.
This issue has been forwarded to a developer for further action.
I think that this bug was fixed in pump-0.7.2, available from
RawHide; at least, I can no longer reproduce it in my setup.
If you could test it in yours (truncate your resolv.conf file
before testing, obviously... :-) we would certainly appreciate
it. RawHide packages are available from
Fixed in pump on the errata