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
The KDE Community has announced that the first bugfix release for Plasma 5 has been released and that it's now available for downloadThe first bugfix release for KDE Frameworks 5 has been dubbed 5.0.1, and, as the name suggests, it's chock full of fixes for a variety of problems.“Today KDE releases the first bugfix update to Plasma 5.
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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.
Grosse novità per il progetto KDE, infatti sul blog di Aaron Seigo, uno dei principali sviluppatori del progetto, è apparso un post nella quale si annuncia che KDE 4.11 sarà l’ultima release ad essere basata interamente sulle QT4, dato che dalle prossime release inizierà la transizione alle nuove QT5 e al nuovo Plasma Workspaces 2.
KDE 4.11 dunque diventerà una release di transizione per que
I want to know the difference between DNS settings in /etc/reolv.conf and etc/network interfaces?.For exmaple when i share internet connection from other computer(XP),I used to add the name server (DNS address of my ISP) in etc/resolv.conf and I can successfully share the internet.But I want to know what is the relevance of setting the DNS address in the /etc/network/interfaces along with IP and