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One more thought -- from your /etc/resolv.conf: Code: search hsd1.ca.comcast.net. Lose the dot (.) at the end of the line....
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    One more thought -- from your /etc/resolv.conf:
    Code:
    search hsd1.ca.comcast.net.
    Lose the dot (.) at the end of the line.

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    Using the opendns server it is still requesting 255.255.255.255.in-addr.arpa

    ping (ing google) works fine

    first it queries for Google and gets a response, then after it gets its reply (using ping -c 1) it queries:

    99.253.14.72.in-addr.arpa: type PTR, class IN

    and gets a response of

    99.253.14.72.in-addr.arpa: type PTR, class IN, po-in-f99.google.com


    nslookup:

    Code:
    [root@Omega ~]# nslookup
    > google.com
     *** google.com does not exist (Authoritative answer
    ## removing the . at the end of resolv.conf didn't effect anything

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    I'm stumped.

    Next thing I would do is see if Arch has any bugfixes (in the form of updated rpms) you can apply to the version you're running. I've never used pacman, but their wiki seems to explain it all well.

    ArchWiki :: Main Page - ArchWiki

    Good luck.

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