Brand new install of Kubuntu 12.04, went to set up my wireless network.
On the IPv6 Address tab, I am given the following options:
Automatic (DHCP) address only
None of these are correct for my network. For my network, I use the normal IPv6 address allocation option, which is IPv6 Stateless Address Autoconfiguration (SLAAC).
So there should be an option added:
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Set up a new network connection in System Settings.
2. Go to IPv6 tab.
3. Examine available options.
I decided I'd go without IPv6 for the time being, and chose "Disabled". However, when I go to the command line and enter ip addr I discover that IPv6 isn't disabled; it has been configured via SLAAC and has a 2002:: address.
Expected option for stateless autoconfiguration of IPv6 address.
Expected "Disabled" to actually disable IPv6.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 297424 ***