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  • Mark Rose
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    Originally posted by sheepdestroyer View Post

    You can still install nm-connection-editor which is the old gnome graphical network settings app, it still lets you set custom searchdomains for DHCP and wifi
    That's useful. Too bad it's not the default though.

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  • sheepdestroyer
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    Originally posted by Mark Rose View Post

    In Gnome, they removed that ability and users have to drop to the CLI to accomplish the same thing. I have no idea why. Gnome has a habit of hiding configurability, which makes simple things difficult.
    You can still install nm-connection-editor which is the old gnome graphical network settings app, it still lets you set custom searchdomains for DHCP and wifi

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  • reba
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    Debian sid is already shipping network manager 1.40:

    $ nmcli --version
    nmcli tool, version 1.40.0

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  • Vistaus
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    Originally posted by Mark Rose View Post

    All I wanted to do is show users how to configure split horizon DNS for a VPN connection.

    In KDE, you can simply add ~example.net to the search domains for the connection to send all queries for domains under example.net to that connection's DNS server(s).

    In Gnome, they removed that ability and users have to drop to the CLI to accomplish the same thing. I have no idea why. Gnome has a habit of hiding configurability, which makes simple things difficult.
    I know and I support your request, you just didn't get my stereotypical joke.

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  • Mark Rose
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    Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

    "You're using it wrong."
    All I wanted to do is show users how to configure split horizon DNS for a VPN connection.

    In KDE, you can simply add ~example.net to the search domains for the connection to send all queries for domains under example.net to that connection's DNS server(s).

    In Gnome, they removed that ability and users have to drop to the CLI to accomplish the same thing. I have no idea why. Gnome has a habit of hiding configurability, which makes simple things difficult.

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  • Vistaus
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    Originally posted by Mark Rose View Post
    I wonder if Gnome will fix the bug where DNS search domains are not configurable when using DHCP. KDE doesn't have that bug.
    "You're using it wrong."

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  • Awesomeness
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    Originally posted by MorrisS. View Post
    When will it be available in Ubuntu repositories?
    Next Ubuntu release or the one after that, as with almost every other software. That's how fixed-release distributions work.

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  • MorrisS.
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    When will it be available in Ubuntu repositories?

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  • Mark Rose
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    Originally posted by RahulSundaram View Post

    What is the link to this bug report?
    https://gitlab.gnome.org/GNOME/gnome...r/-/issues/485

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  • RahulSundaram
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    Originally posted by Mark Rose View Post
    I wonder if Gnome will fix the bug where DNS search domains are not configurable when using DHCP. KDE doesn't have that bug.
    What is the link to this bug report?

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