Eliminating IPv6 (?)
Ronald F. Guilmette
rfg at tristatelogic.com
Tue Jun 18 20:57:40 UTC 2019
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Freddie Cash <fjwcash at gmail.com> wrote:
>For someone who doesn't want to be preached to about the benefits of IPv6,
>you certainly do a lot of preaching about not wanting IPv6. :)
Guilty as charged.
>You've been given the tools to do exactly what you want:
> - comment out IPv6 support in the kernel config file
> - add WITHOUT_IPV6=yes to /etc/src.conf
> - rebuild the world and kernel
>Voila! A version of FreeBSD made especially for you, without any traces of
>IPv6. Does exactly what you want. Why the long diatribe asking for
>something else once you've been shown how to do what you want?
Rebuild kernel+world is not exactly a quick solution.
And god only knows how much will break once I've done that. How many other
people have tested -all- of the resulting binaries, seriously, on actual
production systems? (I may be the first one ever, at least for 12.0.)
But this is all besides the point anyway. I am now resigned to my fate,
and I am already up to the fifth stage of grief with respect to this issue.
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