On Fri, 16 Apr 2021 18:24:23 -0400
Hendrik Boom <hendrik@???> wrote:
> Hers's the /etc/resolv.conf on my davuan buster laptop:
> # Generated by Connection Manager
> nameserver ::1
> nameserver 127.0.0.1
> Now I have no problem resolving domain names, whither in chromium,
> firefox-esr, or even just ping.
> But a far as I know, I have never put a dns esolver on the laptop.
> Does devuan do this for me?
> Have I done it and forgotten?
> How should I find just how dns lookup is done on my machine,
> and how should it be done?
In order to determine which process if any is listening on port 53
(the registered DNS port) do, as root, "netstat -lnp | grep -w 53",
or if you prefer less typing "ss -lnp | grep -w 53".
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