Date: 26-08-02 05:17
Ok, it is absolutely frivolous to post this, but perhaps someone may find it useful.
dhclient supports a number of hooks that control how the script interacts with the rest of the system, in this case, we wish to negate the adverse effects of rewriting /etc/resolv.conf everytime dhclient works it voodoo.
man dhclient-script for more info.
Anyways, create your resolv.conf then do this:
# vi /etc/dhclient-enter-hooks
echo "doing nothing to resolv.conf"
# chmod 500 dhclient-enter-hooks
# chmod +x dhclient-enter-hooks
# killall dhclient
# dhclient interface
now you will notice that dhclient will reassuringly notify you that it is "doing nothing to resolv.conf".
And that's it!