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Re: Newbie help: Network hangs

For the record, I had the exact same problem with an older installation using the J2 CDs. Since I'd previously been able to access the Internet with an older GNU/Hurd installation, I assumed that there was a bug with the network on the J2 CDs.

Maybe there's a bug that's activated by certain hardware configurations?

Roman, what network card are you using? Mine is a RealTek 8139.

Jeff Bailey wrote:
alpha.gnu.org has been down today.  Try a different site.  I generally
use 'ftp.uu.net' for testing. Is your name server on your local subnet? If not, then you know that your default gateway must be setup right.

Jeff Bailey

On Sat, Jan 11, 2003 at 10:47:19PM -0500, Roman wrote:

I have installed HURD from the "latest" tarball and have read the installation guide, however every time I go to ping a site on the net the system hangs. For instance: ping alpha.gnu.org, would return :PING alpha.gnu.org( 56 data bytes ,and just hang . I can however ping a machine on my LAN and get an approiate response. My /etc/resolve.conf is identical to the one I have on Debian that dual boots on the same machine. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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