Possible IPv6 bug for --keyserver option

Peter Lebbing peter at digitalbrains.com
Thu Dec 1 11:11:13 CET 2011

On 30/11/11 23:47, Doug Barton wrote:
> This usually happens when the OS has signaled that it has IPv6
> available, but it's not actually configured on any interfaces. The usual
> way to fix this is to flip the knob that says "IPv6 is *not* available."

Ah, okay. I figured this was not the case because his interfaces don't even have
link-local autoconfigured addresses. I thought those would be active as soon as
you enable IPv6.

> Of course, a better way to fix it is to get IPv6. :)

Check. None of my machines do without :).

Anyway, GnuPG can't help what the library and OS do.


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