It turns out that /etc/sysctl.conf wasn't the issue. Had to edit
/etc/sysconfig/sysctl and enable IPv6 forwarding there. Rebooted the
system and radvd came up without any intervention from me.
On 4/20/05, Niall O Broin <niall at linux.ie> wrote:
> On 20 Apr 2005, at 13:16, Stephen Hanafin wrote:
>> Do you mean that it if you make that a boot script, it doesn't work?
Well its not so much the script not working as me not knowing where to
put it! I had tried editing boot.local and putting the contents of my
script in there, but that just broke things because it runs stuff
before the system enters the first runlevel (apparently).
Thanks for the help.
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