Mozilla and long time in resolving Hostnames
maria_libera2000 at yahoo.it
Tue Jul 22 15:39:52 PDT 2003
--- oremanj at get-linux.org ha scritto: > On Wed, Jul
23, 2003 at 12:06:22AM +0200 or
> You won't be able to use IPv6. Unless you know what
> this is,
> you don't need it.
> (If you do know what it is, and you want a /64, one
> good site
> is ipv6.he.net).
> -- Josh
> > Marcello
I know what IPv6 is (generally) , but I think I'll
don't need that for normal Internet use. I've ever
used Linux before FreeBSD , and I've always disabled
IPv6 in the kernel, but enable it never gave any
problem . I've also tried in the past FreeBSD (5.0)
but I haven't found any problem. (the only difference
was that I've compiled all the system with ports and
now I've installed all by SYSINSTALL Packages
management). Why this difference?
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