DHCP client configuration
When I boot my laptop and I'm not connected to any network the "starting network" phase takes a looong time. I guess this is due to the DHCP client trying to find a server, and it only gives up when a timeout occurs. My question is: where do I configure that timeout such that I can make it shorter?
According to man, there should be a /etc/dhclient.conf file, but such file doesn't exist.
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