How to avoid that my /etc/resolv.conf get overwriting

Always I change my DNS in /etc/resolv.conf it change to :


What can I do ?

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Or edit /etc/resolvconf/resolveconf.d/base instead. This is used to build resolv.conf

There should be a warning telling you not to edit resolv.conf. Edit /etc/network/interfaces instead.

On Rocky Linux 8.5, the following instructions worked for me:

Add to /etc/NetworkManager/NetworkManager.conf under [main]:


Then change your /etc/resolv.conf file and reboot.