The golden era for Focal Fossa is around the corner and this post shall always be up to the par for any version behold for any Debian aka Ubuntu/Mint based distro and it’s derivatives once and for all, as it’s remarkably easy and a must chore for every Linux enthusiasts out there with a flare of geeky-ness.
We shall be taking about few commands later which many of you might be aware of as a sys-admin chore or anything in general related to system maintenance but let’s get hands dirty on DNS rather here using a public DNS provided by your local ISP. We shall be considering OpenDNS or Google DNS.
to OpenDNS or Google DNS preferably.
## Open and change it into EITHER OpenDNS or Google DNS ## Remove other DNS and DNS generated by NetworkManager $ leafpad /etc/resolv.conf ## OpenDNS ## nameserver 188.8.131.52 nameserver 184.108.40.206 ## Google DNS ## nameserver 220.127.116.11 nameserver 18.104.22.168
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Before you start updating, clear all apt caches.
sudo apt clean
And finally keep your Kali Linux up to date:
sudo apt update && apt upgrade -y && apt dist-upgrade -y