UbuntuBugDay: Testing installations

Alex Muntada ubuntu at alexm.org
Wed Oct 25 17:16:52 BST 2006


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* Simon Law <sfllaw at ubuntu.com>:
  [2006-10-23 16:45:32 -0400]

> The next Ubuntu Hug Day will concentrate on downloading the
> installer and testing it on various machines.  Or upgrading
> from an existing Dapper installation into an Edgy one.

I'd be delighted to upgrade my Dapper installation into Edgy,
but I've been experiencing bandwidth problems with hosts
under ubuntu.com domain.

Since I can download at more than 300KB/s when connecting to
Debian servers or other sites, I found no reason why my apt-get
upgrades are so slow (around 30KB/s).  Moreover, my laptop gets
much more higher speeds at work (where is assigned a different
IP address each time) that it gets at home with a fixed IP over
NAT.

Is there any bandwith limit that I could've reached so my IP
has been blacklisted or something like this?  Who should I
contact to check this out?  Obviously, this makes my tasks
as a bug squasher much more difficult.

Anyone else has experienced this problem?

Thanks a lot!

- --
Alex Muntada <alexm at alexm.org>
http://alexm.org/

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