Kernels by jdlfg

djrakun

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No Google Goggles with rooted kernels that do not have IPv6 support (whatever the heck that is) and it seems JDLFG's do not I just found out

IPv6 is the addressing scheme that will replace the nice and simple octet (eg 192.168.1.1) nomenclature that we all know and understand to something much more complicated. The reason for this i dont know, but i suppose i could Google it since Chrome is donating money to charities for each tab i open today
 

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IPv6 was created to make more addresses for internet devices since we have used up somewhere around 98% of IPv4 addresses. Some people state that we'll run out of addresses by sometime in 2011.
 

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IPv6 was created to make more addresses for internet devices since we have used up somewhere around 98% of IPv4 addresses. Some people state that we'll run out of addresses by sometime in 2011.



Meh, just NAT half of the country. The class a/b/c architecture gives you a near infinite amount of possibilites ;)
 
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