How to change Resolver name in Linux
I'm trying to change my resolver name on Linux Mint. I run this Sudo cmd..
sudo dnscrypt-proxy --ephemeral-keys --resolver-name=cisco, but I get an error.
[INFO] - [cisco] does not support DNS Security Extensions
[INFO] - [cisco] does not support Namecoin domains
[WARNING] - [cisco] logs your activity - a different provider might be better a choice if privacy is a concern
[NOTICE] Starting dnscrypt-proxy 1.6.0
[INFO] Ephemeral keys enabled - generating a new seed
[ERROR] Unable to bind (UDP) [Address already in use
You posted on a Friday evening, on a free community board, where the vast majority of posts are by non-employees, basically volunteers, and most of those are by people who post on a single question and then are never seen again. Have some patience and let the people who both use Linux and dnscrypt get back from their weekends.
Alternatively you could look around and post at www.dnscrypt.org, where all of the development and support for dnscrypt is occurring since dnscrypt is not an OpenDNS product, though they do support those who use it to connect to them.
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