Change that to the IP of the Pi-Hole (192.168.5.55)
How? It say
Dynamic resolv.conf(5) file for glibc resolver(3) generated by resolvconf(8) **DO NOT EDIT THIS FILE BY HAND -- YOUR CHANGES WILL BE OVERWRITTEN**
You would edit it with
sudo nano /etc/resolv.conf
This will change it for now, and I’m not sure what may change it back later.
I don’t know your configuration on that Linux distribution on that client. You can look through the network setting options on that client (I assume it has a GUI desktop interface) and see what software changes it.
I changed in terminal. This address show in pi.hole as local host, but with very low traffic. Just 35 requests. Lat see whats happens now. Let see cnn.com
YESSSSSSSSS. this is it .Thank you very, very much. Good Night.
I don’t know where you now.
After a good sleep, lets recapitulate First big thanks to moderator
@jfb for walking me patiently. Now resolve
This is not pi.hole problem instead it’s problem of client OS Linux Mint 18.3 and upstream to Ubuntu and systemD
To resolve this it’s necessary to edit on client computer
/etc/resolvconf/resolv.conf.d/tail and write
“nameserver <pi.hole IP address>”
Save and restart and you will have pi.hole listed in /etc/resolv.conf witch is normay overwritten on computer restart. Now pi.hole is listing my comp in client list
Thank you again. Yoss
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