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  1. Hi there, A couple of times I've been torrenting overnight & found in the morning that Eddie was off & my internet was not blocked. Which is cause for concern... So today I upgraded Eddie to 2.18.9 & for the first time installed Hummingbird (I use MX Linux running sysv init). I have IPv6 blocked at the GRUB kernel line (& /etc/hosts for all its worth) & via the Eddie GUI interface as well. I believe that due to IPv6 being blocked I get a Hummingbird warning as follows (taken from the Eddie System Report) when I start Eddie: . 2020.09.21 12:21:54 - Elevated: __Shell, stderr: RTNETLINK answers: Operation not supported W 2020.09.21 12:21:54 - Routes, add 2606:6080:1002:7:def:437f:f6fa:7759 for gateway fde6:7a:7d20:1402::1 failed: Exception: RTNETLINK answers: Operation not supported This error doesn't really bother me, what does, is that the Eddie tray icon remains grey due to this warning (I think that's why, as in my ignorance I can see no other problems when I read the system report). Is there a way to get that tray icon to function properly - display blue when it is connected & grey when not? As I find that to be such a quick visual validation of what is happening with Eddie/Hummingbird. I made a conky script to display my external IP on desktop 1. only. As that is where I want to see it. This is nowhere near as good as the tray icon, as it is only hidden when I watch a video. Thanks for your time.
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