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Re: IPv6 Virtual Package (Was Re: ping and inetd)

I know of one instance where it has caused harm.  KDE3 konqueror did not get 
along well with the MP3.com website when the ipv6 flag was turned on.  
Doubtless we did not have ipv6 configured correctly (or at all, really).  Our 
solution was to turn it off in KDE.  My point is, I think there will be a 
shakeout time.


On Sunday 04 August 2002 07:17 pm, Indra Kusuma wrote:
> On Sat, 3 Aug 2002, Noah Meyerhans wrote:
> # If iputils-ping becomes the default, does that mean that ping6 should be
> # installed by default, or should the package be split?  Personally, since
> # I am interested in improving native IPv6 in Debian, I'd like to see
> # ping6 installed by default.
> its time for IPv6 to be enabled by default, it will not break anything.
> and just come to my mine maybe iputils-ping should split the ping6, same
> with iputils-tracepath split the traceroute6, and theres must be an IPv6
> virtual package contain main IPv6 tools/pkg.
> Cheers, Indra Kusuma

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