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Ubuntu 14.04 is one of Ubuntu’s most awaited releases as it is a LTS (Long Term Support) version that will get longer support and bring many new features. While the other version will get support for up to 3 years. “As with every recent version release, all application packages and other types have been updated and are improving rapidly. Many of these packages are derived from automatic syncing of the Debian system, while others are custom-made for Ubuntu 14.04,” the statement from the developer said.

This time Canonical made changes to the menu. Now users can separate the menu from the top bar to the window frame to make it easier to activate the application option. Other key features include the new lock screen display, customizable window sizes, smaller Unity icon sizes, the latest Linux kernels, and more. But there are some users having problems with error message DNS_PROBE_FINISHED_NXDOMAIN Ubuntu 14.04, Then how to fix it?

Solve these errors with changing DNS settings on Ubuntu 14.04 :

This method will correct this error by modifying the DNS settings that will change the DNS lookup.

Step 1: You can find the network icon in the tasklist in Ubuntu 14.04 or earlier and you can find it by clicking on the icon and the network settings

Step 2: In the Network icon in the left pane, click Change Adapter Settings

Step 3: Here you can find the network connections box here, an active connection and the right mouse button on the active namely providing Internet connection or WLAN connection. After right-clicking on the existing options, click on Properties, here you will find another box with integrated DNS settings.

Step 4: Click Internet Protocol Version 4 or TCP / IPv4 and click the Properties button.

Step 5: Find the DNS server settings, you will find the preferred DNS server and alternate DNS server settings under Use the following DNS server addresses.

Step 6: Enter the following values ​​in the preferred DNS server: and Alternate DNS server:

You can also do this to correct this error by using the following command:

Sudo rm /etc/resolv.conf
Sudo ln -s ../run/resolvconf/resolv.conf /etc/resolv.conf
Sudo resolvconf -u

This resolves DNS errors you can try.

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