@lynnesbian The national animal of Scotland is the unicorn.
That's the only one of these you need to know.
It has to be ++C++!
@bandie You ever had any leaf-infused water? Would that be
@sireebob You don't know the Shit brothers?
Jack and Bull?
being judgy about sports
@sireebob What about Wii Sports Golf?
What about Wii Sports Golf, Bob?
@dpreacher You see, part of what these "easy" distros do is pre-configuration, and often that just means picking some option, and if you change it you're back in "difficult"-land.
In this case, they picked resolvd, because that's ostensibly a reasonable default. They didn't write a thing that manages it in an easy way because they don't actually make the OS top-to-bottom, and the people who wrote it envisioned it being used differently.
@dpreacher I get that, but why?
Are there any big problem with them?
I've never really had issues with mine.
@dpreacher Out of curiosity: Why do you care about DNS servers then?
@dpreacher Sure, they should take care of that. But TBH the distro probably doesn't have the manpower (which is why I stick to the big ones), and this is upstream work.
It's possible you could report a bug and they'd fix it, but I wouldn't count on it.
I kinda wrote nm off years ago because it always wanted to manage everything and took too long to start.
@dpreacher Probably because /etc/resolv.conf is a symlink to one of the resolved files, in which case networkmanager uses it.
Or your Networkmanager.conf specifies resolvd. See `man 5 Networkmanager.conf`, search for "dns".
@chebra Lovely sentiment, but I'm kinda wikipedia'd out? I've read it for fun sooo much that I think I'm done.
Is this satire?
Probably not a banana.
I sometimes do computery things. Also I can't art.
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