If you have ever tried to use a Google DNS service in Ubuntu 12.04 or 12.10, you have probably encountered some issues.
The Google DNS has been removed in Ubuntu 15.04 and newer and is no longer maintained.
The problem with this Google DNS is that it uses a lot of bandwidth, and it also does not have the same caching mechanism that the web is used to.
This can cause issues when using Google DNS for a lot more than just the local site.
This article is a simple guide on how to disable the Google DNS in your Ubuntu 15 or 16.04 system.
To disable Google DNS, first of all you need to get your system’s DNS server updated.
The following instructions assume that your DNS server is up and running and you are able to find the IP address of your DNS servers.
Once that is done, you need a DNS service to use.
For this tutorial we will use Google DNS.
If you are not familiar with Google, they are an open source company.
They provide services like Google Maps, Google Analytics, Google Chrome and many others.
They also provide DNS for free, but for some reason they are not selling a Google VPN service.
You can buy Google VPN for free from their website.
To start with, we will configure the DNS server.
First, click on “Configure DNS Server” in the left-hand menu of your Ubuntu computer.
Now you can click on the “Start” button in the upper-right corner of the window.
After clicking on “Start”, your DNS Server will be automatically configured.
Once the DNS service is running, you can change your DNS settings by clicking on the arrow in the lower-right-hand corner of your screen.
You will see a drop-down menu for DNS settings.
Now that you have the DNS setup, let’s disable the DNS in our Ubuntu system.
First of all, we need to disable Google Maps.
To do this, click the “Delete” button on the left side of your browser window.
You should now see a “Delete all DNS settings” message appear.
Then click on it to delete it.
This will take you back to the “Options” window.
Next, we can disable Google Analytics.
To change your Google Analytics settings, click “Options.”
To the left of “Analytics,” click “Settings.”
Then select “Delete settings from Google Analytics.”
Now click “OK” to close the “Settings” window and you will see that you can now turn off Google Analytics completely.
Now we can configure Google DNS with the Google VPN.
Click “Configures DNS” in your “Start Menu” tab.
Now select “Network” in “Network & Security.”
Then click “Advanced.”
In the left “Security” section, select “Disable DNS service.”
Now select the “Allow” checkbox in the right-hand side of “IP Addresses.”
Then enter your IP address, as shown in the screenshot below.
The “Enable” checkboxes will then allow you to configure the IP addresses of your system.
Now, click OK to close out of the “Advanced” tab and close the window you just opened.
Now let’s configure Google Chrome.
To set up Google Chrome, click to “Settings,” then “Network.”
Click “Advanced Settings.”
Then type “Google Chrome.”
Then hit “Save Changes.”
This will start your Google Chrome on the network.
You need to restart your system after this to change these settings.
Next let’s install the Google Chrome VPN service from their site.
In the “Services” tab, click and choose “Add a DNS server” or “Add DNS service” in Windows.
This should open a new window and ask you to specify the name of the service.
Click the “OK button” and your DNS service should now be running.
Now lets configure Google Analytics for Google Maps in Ubuntu.
To configure Google Maps for Google Analytics in Ubuntu, click in the “Preferences” tab of the left window and click on your account settings.
Under “Accounts,” select “DNS” and click “Add” in order to add a new DNS server to your system, this will allow you use Google’s DNS.
Then select the IP Address of the DNS servers that you want to add.
This is shown in this screenshot below: Once you have done that, click next to “Done” to open your browser and you should now have a Google Analytics service running.
The last step is to set up a Google API for your system so that you do not need to worry about Google Analytics anymore.
In Ubuntu, you do need to download and install the following packages: google-apis-common google-analytics google-chrome google-auth-oauth google-code-collector google-maps google-events google-google-apikeys google