Comment 7 for bug 370542

Martin Zuther (mzuther) wrote :


Damn, you're fast... :)

I tried Jonathan's suggestions (A) and (B) as listed under EVIDENCE, and each one resolved the issue.

Still, I think there's more to it than "IPv6 awareness" alone. Otherwise, running "sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart" wouldn't change anything, would it? By the way, "sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 reload" does NOT help at all, suggesting that this problem might lie outside of Apache's config files.

@Andreas: I'm using the Gnome NetworkManager applet, so it's session based. Is that what you meant?

BTW, I always reinstall my complete system using the graphical installer and then restore (and of course thoroughly adapt) my important settings using a config file backup software I wrote. When diffing the old and new "/etc/hosts" files, the "localhost" entry in the ::1 line of "/etc/hosts" was clearly new, but I kept the addition.