DNS and systemD not allowing change to /etc/resolv.conf


Im too lazy today to go in and change the resolv.conf it just reverts back because of systemD is there a file I need to modify to allow my to set my DNS? I want it to point to a PIHOLE. I know you can change it here /etc/systemd/resolved.conf but is that the right location?

Thanks in advance,


Did you attempt to open it from the terminal? Try:
sudo gedit /path/to/resolve.conf You can change gedit to your favorite installed text editor.

It will require superuser permissions.

I have it figured out.

The Network Manager normally overwrites that file when it starts up.

Change it using the GUI or I can research where it stores its config.

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