Subject: Re: pppd
To: Michael G. Schabert <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: None <email@example.com>
Date: 05/13/2000 11:07:58
>>Umm, how can you say that that "didn't break it"? It certainly wasn't
>>broken hard, but it was broken. On "anything else like it"...I
>>decided to roll a kernel without the IPv6 functionality in it (paring
>>down unused options) and was hosed when I rebooted the kernel...The
>>kernel worked fine, but I work on my BSD box remotely with the BSD
>>box doing auto-dialin to my ISP. When I rebooted w/o v6 support, that
>>broke my pppd. I couldn't even use pppd with the noipv6 line in the
>>options file. That cut me off from the BSD box until I could get
>>there to access it locally. I consider that to be EXTREMELY broken.
> When did your pppd breakage happen?? Please report the breakage if
> there is. Please.
after Apr 20 2000, it should work fine even if you don't have kernel
support for AF_INET6 socket.