DietPi version |
Distro version |
Kernel version |
5.15.84-v7+ #1613 SMP
SBC model |
Power supply used |
SD card used |
Transcend 32GB High Endurance
I’m using the DietPi as a GPS NTP server. GPSd requires IPv6 to be enabled to work properly for some reason but I don’t have an outbound IPv6 network available to the Internet at this moment. So every time I run the
dietpi-update with IPv6 enabled it tries to
PING 2620:fe::fe and fails. I was wondering if there is an option to skip the IPv6 ping check so I don’t have to disable IPv6 every time I need to run
March 16, 2023, 7:20am
I think you can hit
change command and type in
true and go one.
Theoretically you could adjust the IPv6 ping check to point to your local device. Another option is to check if IPv6 requirement could be disabled on
gpsd. Can you share following
GPSD could not start with disabled ipv6 (#112) · Issues · gpsd / gpsd · GitLab
Description=GPS (Global Positioning System) Daemon Sockets
# To allow gpsd remote access, start gpsd with the -G option and
# uncomment the next two lines:
These 2 options seem to force IPv6. You could try to change this
Hope that this will let service start using IPv4 only.
This is a temp workaround that would need to be done each time
Better to disbale IPv6 to avoid this manual work.
It worked. Hopefully, the file won’t get replaced by a newer update.