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Old 6th August 2007, 09:51
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Ok well the general consensus seems to be that the IPv6 warning will do nothing to affect your installation, but If you do want to get rid of it then the only way to do that in ubuntu is add the IPv6 address to /etc/hots.

Personally I have no idea why this isn't working...it isn't really accepting connections at all....but the logging for proftpd at it's default really doesn't seem helpful, i'm going to try stepping it up.

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