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Does your Python have IPv6 support? A quick check in iPython with

In [1]: import socket

In [2]: socket.AF_INE
socket.AF_INET   socket.AF_INET6  

In [2]: socket.AF_INET6
Out[2]: 10

implies that address family 10 is IPv6.

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/gevent/2uaMnDgVsEo seems to imply that you may get that error if your Python isn't compiled with IPv6 support, which could be the case given you have a custom embedded Linux install.

Does your Python have IPv6 support? A quick check in iPython with

In [1]: import socket

In [2]: socket.AF_INE
socket.AF_INET   socket.AF_INET6  

In [2]: socket.AF_INET6
Out[2]: 10

implies that address family 10 is IPv6.

https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/gevent/2uaMnDgVsEo https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/gevent/2uaMnDgVsEo seems to imply that you may get that error if your Python isn't compiled with IPv6 support, which could be the case given you have a custom embedded Linux install.

Does your Python have IPv6 support? A quick check in iPython with

In [1]: import socket

In [2]: socket.AF_INE
socket.AF_INET   socket.AF_INET6  

In [2]: socket.AF_INET6
Out[2]: 10

implies that address family 10 is IPv6.

This https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups=#!topic/gevent/2uaMnDgVsEoGoogle Group Posting seems to imply that you may get that error if your Python isn't compiled with IPv6 support, which could be the case given you have a custom embedded Linux install.