Created attachment 424216 [details]
This is a Call Trace from the /var/log/messages
Description of problem:
After installation of Fedora 13, upon first start-up. The computer freezes/locks ("panic mode"). After investigation I realise it is related to "ip6tables".
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
The computer will not start.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Start Computer.
During start-up the computer lock requiring a hard reboot.
The computer should start up normally and go to the graphical log in.
From interactive mode, stopping the ip6tables service from running, allows the computer to start-up.
From irc #freenode #fedora i was told of two steps to get my computer to start-up properly.
Step 1) In /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf - a pre-existing file:
to the file
Step 2) In /etc/modprob.d/disable-ipv6.conf - a new file
- addthe line
install ipv6 /bin/true
These two steps allow my computer to start up.
From /var/log/messages I have a attached a snippet.
Do you have problems with IPv6 in general or with ip6tables? ip6tables is the firewall service for IPv6.
According to the attached /var/log/messages, this is a IPv6 kernel problem.
Reassigning to kernel.
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