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Re: Disabling IPV6 during kickstart



I've got that part, and it's working. I want IPV6 to not be enabled on the interface when the node comes up after it kickstarts and boots.

Here's the /etc/sysconfig/network file after the host boots. But it's not enabled on the primary interface, so maybe that's all I can hope for.

# more /etc/sysconfig/network
NETWORKING_IPV6=yes



On Dec 12, 2007, at 12:58 PM, Caetano, Greg wrote:

If you want the kickstart process not to use IPv6 use the "noipv6" directive when you boot the anaconda kernel

Boot: linux askmethod noipv6 ksdevice=eth0 ......

Greg Caetano
greg caetano hp com
Red Hat Certified Engineer
RHCE#805007310328754

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Subject: Disabling IPV6 during kickstart

What option do I need in my kickstart file to disable IPV6? I assumed it would be like the following, but it doesn't work.

network --bootproto=dhcp --device=eth0 --noipv6 --onboot=on

I also tried to take out the dhcpv6_client with the following, but that doesn't work either. It doesn't load the rpm, but IPV6 is still enabled on the interface.

-dhcpv6_client


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