I was playing with ipv6 today, and I've finally gotten it working the way
I want (we even have a customer using ipv6 now!).
When I was testing, I wanted to modprobe ipv6, have it get a route from
radvd. It didn't work, so I fixed what was wrong with radvd, and wanted to
run the modprobe again, to see would it work.
But I couldn't work out how to remove the ipv6 module. Is it possible ?
It's usage is at -1 all the time, which is a little odd. (I know I could
have just left it and it would have got the next router advertisement,
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