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#171
A repost from the user thread on a ipv6 bug:

I am using v49 and I have ipv6 problems apparently due to rejected RADV which messes up the default route. A reported fix is on :http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=67923

May I ask for a .ko ?

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Originally Posted by guylhem View Post
A repost from the user thread on a ipv6 bug:

I am using v49 and I have ipv6 problems apparently due to rejected RADV which messes up the default route. A reported fix is on :http://talk.maemo.org/showthread.php?t=67923

May I ask for a .ko ?

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Do you mean this patch https://garage.maemo.org/tracker/index.php?aid=6784 ? It is already included in kernel-power
 

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Originally Posted by pali View Post
Do you mean this patch https://garage.maemo.org/tracker/index.php?aid=6784 ? It is already included in kernel-power
Yes this one. It is strange - I saw this report so I figured it was the problems I was experiencing.

I have a working ipv6 network at home (fritzbox, ipv6 tunnels, etc)

The n900 gets an ipv6, which I can ping6 from the lan and which can ping6 to the lan as well, but that's all - it can not ping6 external machines, or wget -6 from them, while they are properly resolved.

ip -6 route shows the proper route - identical to other machines on the lan. /proc/sys/net/ipv6/conf/all/disable_ipv6 is not set

I haven't found similar reports of this problem. I'd like to keep ipv6 but it also causes problem with my google talk account, which works only if I disable ipv6 :-/

Any idea?
 

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Power search ipv6 and beta for the best place to report ipv6 problems.
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#175
You mean the tmobile thread? Ok posting there.
 
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Hi
i wanna to install Linux kernel for power user (settings and overclock) to increase my n900 speed but i got this error:

"Error: An unexpected reboot has occurred, your custom kernel settings were not loaded"

so i unistall it and the msg is gone

what i can do to solve this problem so i can install the package and increase the speed?
 
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Originally Posted by hadi43 View Post
Hi
i wanna to install Linux kernel for power user (settings and overclock) to increase my n900 speed but i got this error:

"Error: An unexpected reboot has occurred, your custom kernel settings were not loaded"

so i unistall it and the msg is gone

what i can do to solve this problem so i can install the package and increase the speed?
One minute search on this forum:
http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...29&postcount=3

No need to uninstall anything. After a normal reboot the message should be gone.
 

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Originally Posted by ade View Post
One minute search on this forum:
http://talk.maemo.org/showpost.php?p...29&postcount=3

No need to uninstall anything. After a normal reboot the message should be gone.
i installed that package again (kernel setting)
then i reboot the device but the message appear again
and then i wrote this in XT :
kernel-config setdefault ideal
and reboot...
but the message NOT gone
 
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#179
Originally Posted by hadi43 View Post
i installed that package again (kernel setting)
then i reboot the device but the message appear again
and then i wrote this in XT :

and reboot...
but the message NOT gone
So your device cannot handle ideal profile. BTW which kernel version did you install? If it is >= KP49, try using "default" profile or "dsp" profile.
 
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#180
Also, [development] section doesn't seem to be best for such usage questions.
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