[BLFS Trac] #2762: DHCP-4.1.0

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Tue Dec 30 13:08:11 PST 2008


#2762: DHCP-4.1.0
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 Reporter:  randy@…                     |       Owner:  blfs-book@…                   
     Type:  task                        |      Status:  new                           
 Priority:  normal                      |   Milestone:  6.4                           
Component:  BOOK                        |     Version:  SVN                           
 Severity:  normal                      |    Keywords:                                
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Comment(by ken@…):

 Replying to [comment:3 bdubbs@…]:
 > Replying to [comment:2 ken@…]:
 >
 > > I'm having difficulty working-up enthusiasm for a version which starts
 to support ipv6 but only builds on our machines if that support is turned
 off.  Might be a kernel header change somewhere, or yet another glibc
 header change.
 >
 > Are you sure that ipv6 must be turned off or could it be that ipv6 must
 be enabled in the kernel?  Personally, I've never turned ipv6 on because I
 don't know of a way to test it and I don't have any use for it.
 >
 > This package is of very limited interest to me personally as I use
 static addresses on my home system and only need a client for my laptop.

 I'm _fairly_ sure it should not need a kernel config change to _build_ it.
 To use it, yes the kernel will obviously need it turned on, but the build
 is just using the headers - primarily from glibc.  As I said, I eventually
 managed to build 4.0.0 earleir today by adding a define to the configure,
 so I don't think the system's headers are _too_ broken for 4.1.0 to use
 them.

 As to a definitive answer, I've no idea - google is a bit silent on it.
 Like you, I have no way to test or use ipv6, but I'm using older versions
 of the package to issue / claim addresses for my desktop boxes.

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