On 4/22/19 1:10 PM, Doron Behar wrote:
Hello connman devs,
Last update was wonderful - real support for iwd as a WiFi backend is a
great improvement and as I always say when reporting issues here, it's a
real pleasure using connman.
The reason I'm posting this thread is because connman does weird things
with it's /var/run/connman/resolv.conf (which I linked to
I'm connected both with WiFi and Ethernet to my home network but since
I've set PreferredTechnologies=ethernet,wifi my default route is through
the Ethernet connection - exactly as I want it.
Good to hear that this works :)
I have a few other settings in my /etc/connman/main.conf so perhaps
they are the reason I'm having trouble with /etc/resolv.conf. Here it
The problem I'm having is that I get duplicate entries in
/etc/resolv.conf, perhaps because I'm connected to the same network
twice. This is the /etc/resolv.conf connman comes up with whenever I
search Home Home Home
That looks wrong indeed.
Every once in a while (not only after boot), I need to change
/etc/resolv.conf to this when I feel the internet becomes slow:
Since the `search` entry seems to be related to my domain, I've added
AllowDomainnameUpdates=false in order to mitigate that but it doesn't
Nothing obvious wrong. I'll try to recreate this here.
Perhaps I don't understand well the configuration file
although I've read the manpage thoroughly. Anyway, I think connman
should avoid writing a `resolv.conf` file with duplicate entries like it
does to mine.
Waiting for your reply, Thanks.
Thanks for the report. I'll added the task to my todo list.