Fwd: If anybody else has slow web page loading in Konq

John john_82 at tiscali.co.uk
Mon Mar 6 10:56:28 GMT 2006

Thanks to colin I have since found that this way of dropping ipv6 can cause 
warning messages in X.
On suse kde can be made to drop ipv6 under system - /etc/sysconfig Editor - 
Alternatively ~/bashrc can have the line "export KDE_NO_IPV6=true" added.


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Subject: If anybody else has slow web page loading in Konq
Date: Sunday 05 March 2006 15:51
From: John <john_82 at tiscali.co.uk>
To: kde at mail.kde.org

At last I found something on the web. This is  for suse 10 but something
simular should apply to others.
Seems that modprobe.conf enables ipv6 but suse may change this on updates so
changes should be place in /etc/modprobe.conf.local
Add the following lines to it:

alias net-pef-10	off
alias ipv6			off

This turns off konqs use of the ipv6 internet protocol. A network restart
didn't have any effect I had to reboot. Konq now loads like a rocket with the
cache turned off. (I wonder if a net cache is needed if it's allways kept in

I'm dismayed by the above gobbledegook -   where can I find a reasonable
account of what can be aliased and what it all means? I assume alias means
that net-perf-10 can then be refered to as ipv6 but I am wondering why it
wasn't called ipv6 in the first place? Could this be the reason I can't find
out where the sun remote procedure call process is loaded or how?


Suse 10.0
KDE 3.4.2 B


Suse 10.0
KDE 3.4.2 B
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