Re: Very slow network - Ubuntu
- From: "A. Ben Hmeda" <abh@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Tue, 20 Mar 2007 18:37:12 -0400
Greg Folkert wrote:
On Mon, 2007-03-19 at 09:22 -0400, A. Ben Hmeda wrote:3 year security support, not commercial.Greg Folkert wrote:On Sat, 2007-03-17 at 15:31 -0400, A. Ben Hmeda wrote:126.96.36.199 is the currently supported version for 3 years.I have searched ubuntu forums to no avail. My network connection hasFirst off, why the heck are you using 6.06.1?
slowed down considerably since I installed Ubuntu Dapper (6.06.1 LTS) I
have disabled ipv6 in /etc/aliases and Firefox, still slow by about 50%.
My machine AMDSMP is dual boot w2k/ubuntu 6.06.1 LTS (2xAthlon 2000+ 512
RAM), network is at full speed with win2k and Fedora Core 5 (now
deleted) on this machine.
I have another Ubuntu 6.06.1 LTS machine SERVER (2xP3-500 256RAM) and a
Win2k KIDPC (P3-866 512RAM) on the same home network that do not have
this problem with the network slowdowns.
My benchmark is http://www.testmy.net/ website. Every machine on the
network has been tested separately, while other machines were turned off.
Yep, but you are trying to get support for it from HERE. If you want
support for 3 years goto the COMMERCIAL place that supports it.
Stop being a fuddy. Upgrade to Edgy and the newer kernel and initfuddy? mamma mia please don't get too technical with me.
Then come back here.Do you honestly think that everyone here is using Etch? or Sarge?
Until you at least become current on you workstation, stop asking
All I see is many struggling to help you on a system that is not Debian.
I don't really care to support an OLD version of a Debian derivative,If you are so pissed off that I'm not using 6.10, why are you replying in the first place?
that isn't really Debian in the first place. Do us THAT before we
I am not PISSED, if I were pissed and I had the gumption to reply, you'd
get a seriously LONG e-mail. Not just a 2-3 pager, a novel.
and Ubuntu isn't really Debian?
Nope it has diverge significantly that many Debian packages will not
install on Ubuntu's Edgy.
what do you call a distro that uses apt, aptitude, deborphan, dpkg, etc and claims to be based on Debian?
Lets see, off hand:
Admanix, APLINUX, ASLinux, AbulEdu, Formerly Demudi now ANGULA,
ANTEMIUM Linux, Arrabix, Augustux, Backtrack, B2D Linux, BenHUr,
BEERnix, Biadix, BIG LINUX, Bioknoppix, BlackRhino, BRLSpeak,
Bonzai Linux, ClusterKnoppix, Catix, CensorNet, Clusterix,
Condorux, Corel Linux, Danix, Demolinux, DebXPde, Dizinha Linux,
Debian JP, Debian-BR-CDD, DeveLinux, Damn Small Linux(DSL), DCC,
ESware Linux, eduKnoppix, ERPOSS, Evinux, Euronode, Engarde,
emdebian, Ebuntu, FAMELIX, FeatherLinux, FoRK (Vital Data
Forensic or Rescue Kit), Freeduc-cd, Freeduc-Sup, Finnix,
Familiar, GEOLivre Linux, Gibraltar, GNIX-Vivo, Kinneret,
GNUstep Live, grml, GuadaLinex, Gnoppix, Hiweed Linux, Helix,
Hikarunix, IndLinux, Impi Linux, Julex, K-DeMar, Kaella,
Knoppix Linux Azur, Kanotix, KlusTriX, knopILS, Knoppel,
Knoppix64, KnoppixSTD, KNOPPIX, KnoppiXMAME, KNOSciences,
Kurumin, Kalango Linux, Kunbuntu, KnoppMyth, LAMPPIX, LIIS
Linux, Libranet, LinEspa, Linspire, Linux-YeS, Linux Live Game
Project, Linux Loco, LinuxDefender Live! CD, Linux Router
Project, LiVix, Local Area Security Linux (L.A.S.), Luinux, Luit
Linux, Linex, Linuxin, Libranet(though now part of Mandriva),
MAX: Madrid Linux, MediainLinux, MEPIS, Metadistro-Pequelin,
MIKO GNYO/Linux, MoLinux, Munjoy Linux, Morphix, MeNTOPPIX,
Nature's Linux, NordisKnoppix, NepaLinux, NUbuntu,
OpenGroupware.org Knoppix CD, OverclockIX, Oralux, PAIPIX,
ParallelKnoppix, Parsix GNU/Linux, Penguin Sleuth Bootable CD,
PHLAK, PilotLinux, PingOO, Progeny Linux, Prosa, Quantian, RAYS
LX, Salvare, Santa Fe Linux, Slavix, Slix, Slo-Tech Linux,
Soyombo Mongolian Linux, SphinxOS, Stonegate, Stromix
Tecnologies' Storm Linux, Symphony OS, Skolelinux, Tablix on
Morphix, TelemetryBox, Tilix Linux, TupiServer Linux, Ubuntu,
User Linux, Ubuntu Lite X-evian, Xandros, Xfld, Xarnoppix,
Xebian, Zen Linux, ZoneCD, Zopix, zUbuntu
WOW, thats a lot of Debian, did you go through the trouble of noting that Libranet is now part of Mandriva? Impressive.
do you call it Yoper?
Thankfully, others have been very helpful here. The correct way to say the above is to use "ME" instead of "US", unless ,of course, it is planted in your head that you are a spokesperson for "all".
I guess, since we are now supporting Ubuntu, we now get to support all
those other one. Thanks Ben, you've just opened a can of worms.
No, Greg, you (again with the collective WE) don't have to support anything, you could have easily ignored this thread, it is not like I was gonna comeback and cry about it.
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