Has this been fixed in versions posterior to 14.04?
Or is it waiting to reach "extra-hot" status?
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NetworkManager does not use dhclient-exit-hooks.d
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I am running intrepid i386 and amd64 on a handful of systems. On every
system, both upgraded and fresh installs, i use a script (first
attachment) for updating a DNS record through DNSSEC.
Using /etc/network/interfaces or invoking dhclient directly correctly
updates the DNS record (second attachment).
Using network-manager the DNS record update script doesn't seem to run
On a laptop it is inconvenient to constantly reconfigure devices. For
desktops, a workaround is to have a dhcp entry in
/etc/network/interfaces for the relevant connection.
As a side note, the script is designed to work with PPP ip-up.d as
well. However, I haven't yet found a way to configure network-manager
to dial up to 3G over a bluetooth connected modem. It may apply here
similarily though. Wvdial works with the script.
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