I’ve tried seeking help on the manjaro forum since I’m still a member there and recently switched to Antergos. No one was able to help.
Also asked on the Arch forum, where I figured people would be the most tech-savvy, and they just deleted my thread because “Antergos is not Arch”.
I’ve had success using OpenDNS and DNScrypt together in the past.
I am using Opendns but cannot get DNScrypt to work again.
I’m on Gnome.
I’ve tried for hours while looking at instructions online.
I also have comcast, they recently moved all customers to DNSSEC servers. As a result, customers will see a new DNS IP address of either 126.96.36.199 and/or 188.8.131.52 rather than 127.0.0.1, 127.0.1.1
Really someone should write up an easy to understand step-by-step tutorial on getting OpenDNS and DNScrypt both working.
I’m sure it’d benefit many people wishing to enhance security.
But until then I’d be happy finding any help getting past the problems I’m experiencing.
I tried following the directions in the Arch wiki and installed dnscrypt-autoinstall.
start and enable the dnscrypt-proxy.service with:
“sudo systemctl start dnscrypt-proxy.service”
“sudo systemctl enable dnscrypt-proxy.service”
I get the return error of "Failed to execute operation: File exists.