Originally posted by Mateo1041
I've read the /etc/modules.conf file needs to be modified in order to turn IPv6 off. I was going to give this a try to see if I can get my internet connection to work. But Linux won't let me edit the file via GNOME. And I can't seem to get this accomplished with VI. Do I need to boot into single user mode or something else prior to modifying this file?
Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.
for most distros, open the terminal.. type in "su" put in roots pass, then you can open the file with gedit or vi..
you should be able to edit and save the files at this point.