> > The Dibbler client can be configured to be launched when the system > > is started. If you choose this option, this host will have a correct > > IPv6 setup after booting. Please check whether a DHCPv6 server is > ensure that OK. > > started. If you choose this option, this node will then forward > > DHCPv6 messages between clients, servers and other relays. > > That "then" should either replace the comma or be dropped; in this > position it sounds like a statement about when it'll happen. > > started. If you choose this option, this node will forward DHCPv6 > messages between clients, servers and other relays. OK, modified in both places. > > Likewise in dibbler-server/start. > > > Template: dibbler-relay/config > > Type: note > > _Description: Required changes to /etc/dibbler/relay.conf > > Here and elsewhere, use: > _Description: Changes to /etc/dibbler/relay.conf are required > _Description: Changes to /etc/dibbler/server.conf are required Actually, after agreement with the maintainer, these tempaltes, which are debconf abuse, will be remobed. > > Package: dibbler-client > ... > > Description: portable DHCPv6 client > ... > > option renewal. Installing Dibbler allows obtainin IPv6 addresses and > obtaining Aaaargh, for once I got it right and did not write "allow to obtain". Dammit. Thanks for the careful review, Justin.
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