Hello , sorry for my stupid question, but I am so desperate. Please, help me to stop ipv6 on my network interfaces. I successfully stoped ipv6 on slackware 12.1 with this command: "echo blacklist ipv6 >> /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist" and reboot the mashine. I have second server with Slackware 14.0 and this method does not work.
I had put Viper on not long ago and began having a few issues but think maybe got them worked out. Today I was at the grocery doing some shopping, I ran into an unadvertised "special" and called my wife at home to ask her about it. I hit her number and was listening and a recorded voice says "please enter your pin number". What? pin for what.
Oh. It seems to do with the system bell caused by konsole. After changing previous blacklist file /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist to /etc/modprobe.d/blacklist.conf . with "blacklist pcspkr", it seems to be fine now.
So I supposedly changed my number and I have to go service and enter a service code then go to "edit" and add the new number, and change the MIN. But now when I dial "##6268*" I'm getting this "To make a collect call" message instead of the service popping up. Anyone have experience with this? Even when I call a real number I get the message.