cPanel Install Error kernel ipv6 module support solution

2017-01-12 14:25:36  529 (ERROR): The installer was unable to verify that your kernel supports IPv6.
2017-01-12 14:25:36  530 (ERROR): The message received when trying to create an IPv6 socket was Address already in use

2017-01-12 14:25:36  531 (ERROR): Please ensure that the ipv6 module is enabled and loaded in your kernel.
2017-01-12 14:25:36  532 (FATAL): Exiting...

Solution

This happened in the middle of an install that I restarted.  The only way to fix it was to restart the VPS/Server as certainly even older kernels support IPV6.


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