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I am new to eOS and really dig it. I noticed that my workstation (out of the box eOS) cannot resolve hosts on my lan.

I have a small DNS Domain (lan.local) which I use to manage local machines like

icemaker.lan.local

I noticed that while my host can resolve Internet Domains, when I try to ping icemaker.lan.local the can't be resolved. Previous to this install, I was using Fedora workstation and DNS worked as expected


SystemD failed at DNS configration :(

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elementary OS uses a service, systemd-resolved.service, to manage DNS lookups. This service is used by many Linux distributions, such as Ubuntu, the distribution on which elementary is built. Take a look at this similar question in the Unix & Linux Stack Exchange and see if this doesn't answer your question.

https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/442598/how-to-configure-systemd-resolved-and-systemd-networkd-to-use-local-dns-server-f

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  • Hmm, so it sounds like this is an unfixable bug. The workaround seems hamfisted. Thanks for the tip. – dotdawtdaught Feb 13 at 2:08
  • Thank you for your consideration in this. It really helped. – dotdawtdaught Feb 13 at 3:32
  • SO we are saying that by default Elementary OS can't do local DNS lookups? – Regnodulous Apr 27 at 11:46

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