>>>>> On Mon, 29 Jul 2002 08:11:50 -0700
>>>>> walt <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> said:

>>After reading Scott Long's recent post I tried removing INET6
>>from my kernel config and the crashes due to mozilla are now
>>definitely gone.

Thank you for fixing it.  I tried to fix as the same way as you did,
then during committing my fix, I found that it was already fixed by
you. :-)

wa1ter> Yes, it stops the crashes.  If I set v6only = 0 then the machine
wa1ter> works normally; if set to 1 then I get "connection refused" from
wa1ter> any server I try to connect to.  Is that normal v6only behavior?

It is expected behaivior.  However, I realized that Mozilla still has
the problem that IPv4-mapped IPv6 address is used to connect to IPv4
site.  It should be fixed by Mozilla side.  I heared that NetBSD
pkgsrc has a workaround to this problem:


Our port should have it, too.


Hajimu UMEMOTO @ Internet Mutual Aid Society Yokohama, Japan

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