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Re: Comcast has IPv6, when will Debian?

Daemons for what?  I set up a route out my tunnel through Unixcore.com
(Charter isn't giving me an IPv6 addr yet).  There's some routing
daemons, for windows IPv6 but what do you need for Linux?  My ssh,
apache2, exim, etc are all ipv6 enabled.

Thus spake Paul Johnson (baloo@ursine.ca):

> http://learn.to/quote/
> On Wed, Feb 11, 2004 at 07:44:13PM -0500, Robert L. Harris wrote:
> > I've been running Debian and IPv6 for quite some time.  It's a function
> > of the kernel you either compile in or load the module.
> Well, of course, I know that.  I have it in my kernel, or I wouldn't
> have gotten an IPv6 address and known about the change.  But what
> about userspace daemons?
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