Is there any way to override the default fallback location for pkgsrc sources?
My NetBSD machine often tries downloading things from ftp.netbsd.org as a
last resort, but, being connected via IPv6, tries to do so over IPv6. However,
I haven't been able to reach (ftp|www).netbsd.org over ipv6 for quite a
while now; the traceroute seems to end up in an endless loop.
Eventually things will timeout, and eventually things will be retrieved
via IPv4. Can I skip the IPv6 part of this process, without doing creepy
things like putting ftp.netbsd.org in my own nameserver?
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