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I want to give the network parameters as boot options on the kernel commandline. The complete line is:
vmlinuz.f17tc2 nomodeset repo=<http-url to installation tree> noipv4 ip6=<IPV6ADDR>/64 netmask=<IPV6ADDR> dns=<IPV6ADDR>
http://fedoraproject.org/wiki/Anaconda_Boot_Options says I have to use 'ipv6=' in order to pass an IPv6 address. But this does not work. 'ip6=' does not give an error but still anaconda drops me in a dracut shell.
In the docs I only can find a gateway and dns option for IPv4. Are they also used for IPv6?
Has someone ever successfully used this kind of manual IPv6 configuration? Am I hitting a bug here? Thanks, Koos. -- test mailing list test@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx To unsubscribe: https://admin.fedoraproject.org/mailman/listinfo/test
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