There is a new release available. The problem of not updating /etc/resolv.conf (that causes problems resolving DNS and thus no Internet access) has been addressed in this release.
on 12/03/2009 – Made popular on 12/03/2009
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The release notes say that if you are running 0.8.x, it will let you do the usual update and restart. I have 0.8.8 and it's not giving me that option.
I know this release is bringing support for Gradle 2.1 with it. Guess I will do a complete release, but I could not make a comment on the release page. At the least, the release notes should be corrected.
Sorry I researched (googling) for about 45 minutes, tried everything I could think of (see below) but didn't find the answer.
After updating /etc/networking/interfaces with something very similar to below, I could not get /etc/resolv.conf to update. I tried (as root) resolver -u, service networking restart but they didn't work.