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On Tue, 20 May 1997, Stephane Bortzmeyer wrote:
> On Saturday 17 May 97, at 14 h 0, the keyboard of Matei Conovici
> <[email protected]> wrote:
> > Sorry for the slightly off-topic post.
> It is completely off-topic. There is a mailing-list for Linux+IPv6
> developments, "netdev". Since that code is not stable and rapidly
> changing, reading this mailing list is, IMHO, mandatory, especially if
> you plan to compile programs.
With due apologies to (probably the majority of) 6bone readers who aren't
interested in Linux, the `netdev' mailing list was created specifically so
that the _developers_ would have somewhere to escape from user questions.
Read the list by all means, and browse the archives, but you should
probably direct your "how do I..." questions to the `linux-net' list
instead. Please don't recommend netdev as a general forum for IPv6 help;
IPv6 under Linux isn't really rocket science any more, so you don't need
to actually be a developer to use it.