Re: Network Install bogs
Okay, I did do a wget from the command line.
I did one wget to my local ftp & web server (to get a binary image, 650
Megs) and I got GREAT speeds.
I then did a wget to the debian mirrors, and the same thing happens...it
Maybe my Masq Server needs to be rebooted.
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On Sat, 18 Jan 2003, Ben Collins wrote:
> On Sat, Jan 18, 2003 at 07:38:18AM -0500, Naresh Reddy wrote:
> > Ben,
> > I guess I am on a firewall because I am using Ip-MASQ. I doubt I messed up
> > my ip-masq script, because I am using the default script from IP-MASQ
> > HOWTO.
> > I am NOT using any proxy. And I have tried both ftp and http. Still have
> > problems :(
> Try doing a wget from the command line on the second terminal (use the
> full URL shown in the download window). The install program calls wget
> in the background. See if you can see where wget thinks it stops.
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