This Linux IPv6 HOWTO is published under GNU GPL version 2:
The Linux IPv6 HOWTO, a guide how to configure and use IPv6 on Linux systems.
Copyright © 2001-2009 Peter Bieringer
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1993: I got in contact with the Internet using console based e-mail and news client (e.g. look for “e91abier” on groups.google.com, that's me).
1996: I got a request for designing a course on IPv6, including a workshop with the Linux operating system.
2001: Started writing this new Linux IPv6 HOWTO.
The author can be contacted via e-mail at <pb at bieringer dot de> and also via his homepage.
He's currently living in Munich [northern part of Schwabing] / Bavaria / Germany (south) / Europe (middle) / Earth (surface/mainland).