Subject: Re: 13apr2000 /usr/src/usr.sbin/pppd/pppd/Makefile oddity
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From: Jonathan Stone <jonathan@DSG.Stanford.EDU>
Date: 04/19/2000 20:58:45
> If many REALLY care, I think it can be done, but I don't really
> like this due to maintenance headaches.
> - enable IPv4/v6 for kernel and userland by default
> - ship IPv4/v6kernel in kern.tgz
That would be enough to make most people happy. Provided we
take care to make sure this setup always does the right thing.
Thats what concerned me: clearly the changes to sys_init were not
tested on a v4-only host. That suggests we're not in the habit of
testing all IPv6-feature changes in an IPv4-only kernel.
I think that needs to change.
> - make a separate distribution set "base6.tgz" which contains
> IPv6-only tools like route6d or ping6.
> base6.tgz will be real small, it will contain only the following
> files. I think the base/base6 split is not necessary.
Well, I care :). But I think this would be subsumed by a pkg-ised
install system. Just make the IPv6-only tools a separate sub-pkg of
Me, I'd still like to have a version of all the IPv6-ized tools which
are compiled with*out* -DINET6. That i agree is tricky.