dhcpd v4 ipv6 error
Trying to set up dchpd v4.0.0b on an older box running the 2.4.35 kernel.
I don't have any support of IPv6 on this machine. AFAIK, I have the config
file right, and I'm trying to bring up the server like this:
dhcpd -4 eth0
....which according to the man pages, should give me IPv4 support only on
eth0, my only network interface. I get a page of verbage, with this line
close to the top:
Error opening '/proc/net/if_inet6' to list IPv6 interfaces: No such file or
The complaint is valid as the file isn't there, but why is dhcpd looking for
this? I read the man page, and it said '-4' means IPv4 only, which is what
I have. My dhcpd.conf file is pretty vanilla stuff, taken almost verbatim
from the mini-howto. How do I get dhcpd to start?
Re: dhcpd v4 ipv6 error
Did you ever figure out the fix to this? I am similarly stumped! Intense Googling for this has been of no help...
Now I remember why I just went with static addressing. :P