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Re: Possible Interrupt problem?

On Tue, Oct 02, 2007 at 01:41:04AM -0400, Eric Estes wrote:
> I recently purchased a Shuttle XPC SN27P2 which uses the Nvidia nForce
> 570 Ultra chipset. Getting Debian installed (or any other distro) is
> easy enough and my onboard NIC is detected (Marvell 88E1116) but my
> network speed is as slow or slower than dial-up.
> I've turned off the onboard NIC in the BIOS and installed an Intel NIC
> and it was also detected fine but my speeds are still just as slow.
> I've tried multiple distros with the same success: Debian 4.0r0,
> Debian 4.0r1, Debian Lenny, Kubuntu 7.04 (Live CD), CentOS 5.0,
> Knoppix v5.1 (Live CD) and Sabayon (Live CD). The only distro that has
> my network speeds working properly is PCLinuxOS 2007 (Live CD).

I don't know.  I would install sysstat as a good tool for this sort of

For comparision, you could try OpenBSD.


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