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Re: Permanent Use of IPv4




Reco composed on 2019-02-15 19:02 (UTC+0300):

> On Fri, Feb 15, 2019 at 10:55:23AM -0500, Felix Miata wrote:

>> To me, "on boot" implies something on the kernel cmdline, e.g.:

>> 	ipv6.disable=1

> And by doing *this* you're risking breaking systemd and the overall
> boot process.
> Yep, the thing's written that way - it *expects* (some can say 'forces')
> you to have IPv6.

I made ipv6.disable=1 a standard option here at least as far back as 2011. If it ever caused a
problem I never found out about it.

> Hence this BSD-style "safe hack". Do not touch "base system" (systemd in
> this case), but implement assorted kludges around it.

I don't understand this "BSD-style" or "safe hack" or the whole next sentence.
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