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weird TCP/IP interface problems

I have the built in Ethernet card on a thunder k7xpro card.. I used the
epro100 driver to get it working.. seems cool.. however..

I ahve the debian box going right now, through my win2k box.. whenever i
Initialize an ftp session with another host.. my windows machine goes BLUE
screen oh death.. and reboots.

has anyone heard of such a thing ever?  Is it something with the driver
manipulation.. or perhaps is the card sending shitty frames to my win box..
or is it just too fast, if you will, for the 3c905 that's in my win box?



Paul Matuszewski
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-----Original Message-----
From: Colin Watson [mailto:cjwatson@debian.org]
Sent: Sunday, June 01, 2003 3:25 AM
To: debian-user@lists.debian.org
Subject: Re: testing: dist-upgrade to perl-5.8 removes modules

On Sat, May 31, 2003 at 06:28:06PM -0700, Randall Hansen wrote:
> I'm running testing, and a week or two ago apt [dist-upgrade] wanted
> to install a new Perl (5.8) to replace my current 5.6.1.  I've no
> special preference for 5.6x, but apt also wants to remove several Perl
> modules on which I depend.
> To wit: Digest::MD5 appears to be replaced with libmd5-perl;
> Test::Harness now appears to be included in perl-modules.  Others,
> though, I haven't been able to verify or find:  Time::HiRes, Storable,
> GD.

Digest::MD5, Time::HiRes, and Storable have been sucked into the perl
package, so it's OK to let the packaging system remove those. GD is in
any of libgd-gd1-perl, libgd-gd1-noxpm-perl, libgd-gd2-perl, or
libgd-gd2-noxpm-perl; libgd-gd2-perl is probably the sensible choice if
you're not sure.


Colin Watson                                  [cjwatson@flatline.org.uk]

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