I have played with quite a few Linux distros over the past several months, and until now all of them have automagically gotten IPv6 connectivity. But not Sabayon, a variant of Gentoo. I have asked about this in the Sabayon IRC channel and received no response, not even a quick, "Kiss my *&^."
It is not terribly important, but I would like to get it doing the things my other distros do. Does anyone have any idea what it takes?
Also, when I was installing, I did see a quickly scrolling message that said something about the kernel not being configured to accept router advertisements. That seems to be a solid clue.
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