Learn the grub2 network stack and have fun with ipv6 network booting. :D

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    • maxmaher
      about 8 years ago by maxmaher | Reply

      I'm in. I was one of the inoffical Testers there. But they are still ipv6 scenarios that doesen't work right ;)

      • michael-chang
        about 8 years ago by michael-chang | Reply

        I see Grub2 has implemented ipv6 address autoreconfiguration (SLAAC) but do not have any ipv6 router to test that feature. And it looks obvious in it's bootp client has no idea about DHCPv6 as current it only handles all incoming address as IPv4. As a part of my hackweek I'm also trying to setup the devel environment fully based on virtual machines connected via virtual network (libvirt and it's minions, more specifically ..).

        • maxmaher
          about 8 years ago by maxmaher | Reply

          I can help you and provide you a ipv6 router :) i wrote you a mail about that

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