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Old 13th January 2009, 04:17 PM
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ls: cannot access /etc/resolv.conf: stale nfs file handle - but i'm not using nfs

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hi i get this error which means i cant visit websites.

i cant rm, cp, mv, vi, ... this file. how do i regain the ability to browse the internet ?

is there a way i can create a /etc/resolv.conf2 and have my system use that instead ?

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