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Aelfinn
Posted on: Mar 8 2003, 07:01 PM


Whats this Lie-nix Thing?
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Okay, so here's my problem. I can mount remote windows shares just fine, but if I try to browse (with konqueror) to any of them, I can find the machines, and I can see directory structures, but anytime I enter a directory with any files in it, konqueror slows to a stop, and will just sit there forever displaying nothing. Any ideas? Oh, and I've had this problem with multiple distro's, so I'm guessing it's some configuration setting I'm not getting.
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Aelfinn
Posted on: Mar 7 2003, 02:30 PM


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You might be having some intermittent power issues. Are you on a UPS? And if so, is it able to completely regulate a brownout? A lot of them aren't, and if there's some major utility in the area of some type, it may be running some type of process at 6:30am that does bad things to your power.
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Aelfinn
Posted on: Mar 7 2003, 02:23 PM


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I have no particular knowledge of whether this might help or not, but I do know that they've released 1.4rc3 of Gentoo, and this might help with your problem...
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Aelfinn
Posted on: Mar 7 2003, 11:58 AM


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So, thinking to revitalize my old 440BX dualie based machine (which only had support for DMA-33), I bought a couple of tualatin converter cards, a couple of 1.4GHz tualatin p-3s, a (and herein lies the problem...) Sil680 (Silicon Image, CMD680 based) PCI ATA-133 controller for a bigger, faster HDD. Now, this setup works great in every circumstance except when I try to install Debian sad.gif. I would prefer to use Debian; however, during the install process it tells me that it didn't detect a HDD at all, and would I like to install a driver for a PCI IDE controller? Now, I think to myself, "Okay, time to head on over to Silicon Image's site, and see about that driver module..." which is when I discover that their instructions tell me that in kernels later than 2.4, support is native, and earlier than that will require a kernel patch. Which they then link to. Okay, that's great, but I can't even get a system installed, so I can't patch the kernel. I have a chicken and egg scenario. Anyone know a way out of this? And I mean other than using another distro. I have installed other distros with no problems (Mandrake 9.0, Mandrake 9.1rc1, Redhat 8.0, Suse 8.1), but would prefer debian. Thanks for your time!
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