I needed to apply multiple static IPV6 addresses to a single interface under Fedora/CentOS. To do this you'll need to add an `IPV6ADDR_SECONDARIES` line to your `/etc/sysconfig/network-scripts/ifcfg-eth0` so that it looks like this:
I've been toying with memcached lately and wanted to ensure that it was only listening on 127.0.0.1. On Fedora this is controlled by the file `/etc/sysconfig/memcached`. Make sure that the OPTIONS line contains `-l 127.0.0.1`.
$ cat /etc/sysconfig/memcached
Quick list of RPMs I install on my desktop after a fresh Fedora install.
yum install dstat filelight firefox gkrellm mc ncdu nmap openvpn perl-core pidgin pv qalculate-kde screen thunderbird vim-enhanced perl-App-cpanminus
yum install dstat mc ncdu nmap perl-core pv screen...