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one thing though, I'm not that familiar with networking (which is probably more than half my problem). how does one specify the ISP nameserver, do I have to call up ...
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- 11-13-2007 #11
- 11-13-2007 #12
If you don't know your ISP's nameservers, let me give a different suggestion for now. Put the following in /etc/resolv.conf:
nameserver 220.127.116.11 nameserver 18.104.22.168
(Those nameserver are provided by OpenDNS by the way.)
- 11-13-2007 #13
well, I got my internet fixed, I reinstalled ubuntu from a live CD I had laying around and it started working like a charm! regretfully, I have a lot of work left to do to get my system back the way I like it, but as Machiavelli once said, the ends justify the means. Thanks for all of the good advice (especially from Anomie!) This has been a great crash course in linux networking for me (it turns out netcat is a pretty cool little program!) anyway, problem solved! cheers!