Post by Jeff Bentl » Thu, 16 Feb 1995 01:02:06

I have problems when receiving files with ftp.
The get starts fine then it just hangs.
I did a packet trace with my router.
The two sides talk fine for a while then my box quits responding, and the
remote side keeps resending the same packet until it gives up.
All other interactive traffic works fine all the time.

I am running Slackware 2.1.0 on a P90 intel board.
I have a NCR based SCSI controler with no problems.
The problem happens with kernel 1.1.81 and 1.1.91

Has anyone else had this problem?
Please help


Jeff Bentley

If you're too busy to brew your own're too busy!


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