linux rocks Worl_IPv6_launch
An dieser Stelle war noch nie etwas und aus historischen Gründen wird sich das auch nicht ändern ;-)

Selbst nach dem release von (Uber)windows 7: M$
aber bekanntermaßen stirbt die Hoffnung als Letztes.


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