[Pharo-project] Issue 1884: NetNameResolver doesn't work in PharoCore

Stéphane Ducasse stephane.ducasse at inria.fr
Thu Feb 18 05:55:15 EST 2010


thanks for the information. 

Stef


> On 2/17/10 5:03 PM, Miguel Enrique Cobá Martinez wrote:
>> El mié, 17-02-2010 a las 16:12 -0500, Dave Woodward escribió:
>> 
>>> I got it working in OS X by also changing the tcp/ip IPv6 setting from
>>> "Automatically" to "Off".  I haven't tried it in Linux yet.  Hope this
>>> helps.
>>> 
>> I don't understand, what you changed, the OS X settings or the image
>> code settings (I didn't know about settings for ipv6 in pharo).
>> 
> I had to do both changes.  I changed the NetNameResolver in the image, 
> AND I changed OS X's settings.  I believe that it didn't work without 
> also changing OS X.
> 
> FWIW, I worked on a project last year that used Erlang, and it had the 
> same problem on OS X.  I know IPv6 is supposed to be the "new standard" 
> and all, but it sure seems to cause more problems when its on than off :).
>> Maybe unrelated, some months ago, my wife's macbook caused my linux
>> laptop to disconnect every time she connected to the wireless network.
>> We had any idea but after a while we noticed that even if I had a
>> perfect working connection after she connected my connection crashed.
>> I had to disconnect, she connected, and then after she had a connection
>> I connected.
>> 
>> After some research I found that OS X had a setting in the airport
>> configuration about ipv6. I disabled it lefting only the ipv4 settings
>> enabled.
>> 
>> We never had a problem after that.
>> 
>> As I said, maybe unrelated but... mac os, ipv6, problems.
>> 
>> Cheers
> -- 
> Dave Woodward
> ...................................................
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> davewoodward at promedmedical.net
> 
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