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(usagi-users 00049) Re: About IPv6 on Linux
- To: "Yuji Sekiya" <sekiya@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: (usagi-users 00049) Re: About IPv6 on Linux
- From: "Wang Hui" <hwang@xxxxxxxx>
- Date: Mon, 27 Nov 2000 20:04:30 +0800
- Cc: <usagi-users@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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Thanks for Yuji's reply.
I wonder what's the difference between glibc-2.2 and USAGI glibc ?
And if I install the USAGI glibc, what will happen to the current glibc-based application?
Will they work well after the USAGI glibc without being re-compiled?
----- Original Message -----
From: "Yuji Sekiya" <sekiya@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Sent: Monday, November 27, 2000 2:54 PM
Subject: Re: About IPv6 on Linux
> At Sun, 26 Nov 2000 12:28:22 +0800,
> Wang Hui <hwang@xxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hello Wang,
> > I browsed your web pages(http://www.linux-ipv6.org/) today, and find it's really a good thing for Linux IPv6 users.
> > I am a student in USTC(University of Sci. and Tech. of China) and my current research work is IPv6-related. We have setup a IPv6 test bed at our school, whitch connected to 6bone as well. All the core routers we used in the testbed are Linux OS, but I found that we cannot obtain a pure IPv6 network because of the DNS problem. We find that The Linux OS cannot resolve a dormain name via IPv6 socket interface.
> Please use glibc-2.2 or USAGI glibc.
> The glibcs support IPv6 transportation of name queries.
> If you have questions regarding our implementation, please join in
> our mailing list.
> -- Yuji Sekiya