On Mon, Aug 08, 2005 at 11:53:23AM IST, Philipp Röthl <firstname.lastname@example.org> incoherently babbled: > > Either unload the ipv6 module by removing it from /etc/modules or > > disable IPv6 by editing /etc/modules.conf and uncommenting: > > > > alias net-pf-10 off > > That is strange: /etc/modules is empty and the mentioned alias line is uncommented > in /etc/modules.conf. What does `lsmod` show? Is it mentioning the ipv6 module? It it's not there, does "grep CONFIG_IPV6 /boot/config-`uname -r`" releal ipv6 as built in (CONFIG_IPV6=y) or a module (CONFIG_IPV6=m) I wonder if the ipv6 module is getting loaded as a dependancy for another module you are using. I've seen the ipv6 module loaded as a dependancy for some of the specific IPv4 netfilter/iptables modules in the 2.6 kernel Did you uncomment the line in /etc/modules.conf before? It's not uncommented by default -- Conall O'Brien http://www.conall.net GPG Key: http://www.conall.net/gpg/ If Python is executable pseudocode, then perl is executable line noise.
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