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    how to remove DNS from VMware with SuSE Linux


    I have installed SuSE linux using virtual machine. Now I need to remove the DNS from it. How can I do it?

    Anyone can help?

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    what do you mean you need to remove DNS? you need to remove the DNS server? or you want to remove the DNS server list so it doesn't have one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by vincentxia View Post
    I have installed SuSE linux using virtual machine. Now I need to remove the DNS from it. How can I do it?

    Anyone can help?
    Configure the VM like a real physical machine.

    Use the Virtual Network Editor to edit the virtual network:
    VMware KB: Using the Virtual Network Editor in VMware Workstation

    EDIT:
    Sorry, thought it was a vmware question (didn't read full question). Not sure what you're asking.
    Documentation - openSUSE
    HOWTOs - openSUSE

    If you can give more information we can be more specific in the answers

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    Quote Originally Posted by coopstah13 View Post
    what do you mean you need to remove DNS? you need to remove the DNS server? or you want to remove the DNS server list so it doesn't have one?

    I already found the DNS information in etc/resolv.conf and etc/hosts
    Thanks any way

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