an upstream update on fedora 32's dnsmasq appears to break DNS and DHCP
It appears that an upstream update on fedora 32's dnsmasq (dnsmasq-2.81-4.fc32) breaks DNS and DHCP by making dnsmasq only listen by default on localhost.
Something changed in the default conf file that sets the default to listening only on the "lo" interface. Very infuriating.
A work-around is to comment out this (new) line in the /etc/dnsmasq.conf file (it should stick):
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