This issue seems to pop up every now and then.
Would it not be usefull to switch from "explitely enable this" to
"disable this, unless you want to use this obsolete form"
Or for that matter, to have e.g. interface specific sysctl or
some such to control the behaviour -- if the old form is desirable
USAGI might have done something along these lines as well.
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Can anyone explain or provide references to what the linux 2.4 kernel
option CONFIG_IPV6_EUI64 "Enable EUI-64 token format" means?
The kernel config help says that "6bone ... is moving to a new
aggregatable address format and a new link local address assignment
Is this documented in RFCs for example? If so, which ones?
I'm not having any problems - I just want to know what it means :-)
http://www.hawaga.org.uk/travel/ for my rotating world map applet
http://www.hawaga.org.uk/benc_key.txt PGP / GPG key 0x30F06950 - please use it!
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