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How to configure mozilla and apache for IPv6 in Linux7.1?



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On Thu, Nov 08, 2001 at 10:16:03PM -0800, the keyboard of killyeon kim was =
alleged to have written:
> [snip]
> I don't know the problem is because of mozilla client
>  or apache web server?
> [snip]

Try going to some other IPv6 server that you know is working. I
can tell you that Debian's moz build comes with working IPv6=20
support, but I'm not sure about RH.

-Scott

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