Thursday, February 15, 2007

Using Firefox 2.0 with IPv6 on MacOS X

By default, Firefox disables IPv6 support on MacOS X but not on other platforms. To enable IPv6 on Firefox, do:
  1. "about:config" in the url box.
  2. filter "ipv6",
  3. select "network.dns.disableIPv6"
  4. and set the value to "false".
For more information, see mozilla knowledge base.

2 comments:

Anurag said...

I must agree data back up is really important, I learned this lesson in a very hard way.
There are a lot of back up mediums available that are not too expensive. Data backup is easy to do and gives you a kind of data security in case of system crash.
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markjacktechnicalsupport said...

I'm hoping that they completely remove storage limits. Do it for April Fools Day. Then buy Dropbox and do the same thing.
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