Manlug meeting January 2002

19th January 2002

IPv6 on Linux -- An Overview

David Holder


David will present IPv6, asking why we should bother with it, what are its main features, what the addresses look like, autoconfiguration, security, mobility, and other topics. Then he will look at the status of IPv6 worldwide, the Linux implementation, and topics relating to the Domain Name Service and other key applications. He points out that this is a lot to cover, so it will not go into the bits very deeply. (This means if you don't know much about IPv6, you should still be able to follow this pretty easily.)

LVM -- An Overview

Alasdair Kergon


References from the LVM talk:

Mailing lists:

The new stuff: device-mapper & LVM2: