Monthly Archives: July 2012

Getting ready for IPv6

I want to make sure the Slackware Linux edge servers are ready for IPv6 when eventually the ISPs catch up. We signed up for a free tunnel endpoint with http://www.gogo6.com/freenet6/tunnelbroker/ to try a few things out. Building the gogoc client … Continue reading

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Patching recent Linux kernels ( > 2.6.32 ) for MPPE and MPPC VPN

There is an excellent introduction here http://www.phparchitecture.com/howto_show.php?id=3&showall The part that is missing for kernels (I am told up to 2.6.32) is the link to this: http://code.google.com/p/setvps/downloads/detail?name=Linux-2.6.18-mppe-mppc-1.4.patch&can=2&q= Don’t forget to do a global search and replace of the linux version before … Continue reading

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