This bit me too.
In my environment, I’ve forcefully removed ipv6. (necessary for reasons, vpn + mtu problems, DNS woes, long story.)
if ip6 is disabled, Opensprinkler (latest) will RUN, but won’t bind to a port. This was NOT obvious, as there’s no log emissions about problems.
I’d really like to encourage the team to allow ospi to behave as expected if ip6 is not enabled/present, rather than silently failing to function.
… Don’t get me wrong. I’m *VERY* thankful for OsPi’s existence. It’s really cool. AND, this is a bug, not a feature 🙂