Description of problem: NetworkManager overwrites manual changes to /etc/resolv.conf, i.e.
- adding DNS suffixes in the search list, which isn't allowed by NetworkManager
- Working with DHCP server not delivering option 119
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable): 1:0.8.9997-4.git20110620.fc15
How reproducible: Let's assume domain is example.com, but we have also example.int. If we add "search example.com example.int" (no quotes) and then turn on Network, dhcp option + NM behaviour overwrites all.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. See 'How Reproducible'
Additional info: RFC 3397, paragraph 4, letter [b] says "Where DNS parameters such as the domain searchlist or DNS servers have been manually configured, these parameters SHOULD NOT be overridden by DHCP." Exactly what NM does...
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