How to use OpenDNS/Google DNS on Linux OS

Use Unbound for Local DNS Resolution on Ubuntu 11.04 Configure and run your own DNS resolver using the Unbound Server on Ubuntu 11.04 (Natty). How to Edit the Hosts File in Ubuntu Linux Ubuntu utilizes the /etc/hosts file, as well as DNS services to look up IP Addresses. When communicating with a remote computer by their name (instead of IP address), the Ubuntu domain name lookup service looks first in the /etc/hosts file before consulting DNS servers. Configure OpenDNS on your Ubuntu Computer through DDclient Why should I change DNS? As for Wikipedia, DNS (Domain Name System) is “a hierarchical … How to Install and Configure DNS Server (Bind 9) on Ubuntu

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Ubuntu: How To Free Up Port 53, Used By systemd-resolved This article explains how to stop systemd-resolved from using port 53 on Ubuntu. The instructions were tested on Ubuntu 20.04, but they should also work on other Ubuntu versions, e.g. Ubuntu 18.04, the upcoming Ubuntu 20.10, as well as Ubuntu-based Linux distributions like Pop!_OS, Zorin OS, Elementary OS, Linux Mint, and so on.

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