pwhite at bluewin.ch
Fri Dec 11 19:32:14 GMT 2009
Le Friday 11 December 2009 04:15:04 phil kemling, vous avez écrit (you
> well the adapter is back working
> this is what i did i went into manage
> connections deleted my router restarted machine with the first kernel
> 126.96.36.199 got sound no network connection then restarted computer with
You worked hard trying different kernels here.
> then restarted
> computer with kernel 188.8.131.52 no sound but got network connection
You mean, first it doesn't work then it does, sounds like a Beatles song.
Well, too bad, I did not learn anything precise but it confirmed me in the
idea that obstinacy sometimes pays...it happened to me also that I got things
working without knowing how, and I strongly believed that some of my failed
attempts were due to a latency problem, or need of a reboot, or something.
Since you said you were a nebie, are you sure you rebooted when you installed
new kernels, it would explain why 184.108.40.206 didn't worked then did.
BOFH excuse #321: Scheduled global CPU outage
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