#debian - Tue 20 Feb 2007 between 19:34 and 19:43

NY Lost Funds



Supranohow to activiate my 4th and 5th mouse keys ?
hatterkarsten: i did dslreports a short while ago
karstenx_link: Simple example: run "ls" "df" and "date" on three different commandlines.
hatter: Forums.
x_link: Then: "ls; df; date'
hatterit works fine, i got around 600 with lots of network activity
enoufstew: I was just following through with karstens very terse teaching lesson ;-)
sceadugengawell, i don't know.
stewdid x_link ask a question or are people just sending random commands / urls to him?
karstenx_link: ... will run three commands w/o having to enter three lines.
enoufhehe
karstenstew: He'd asked about keys earlier.
stew: /lastlog x_link
stewkarsten: yeah?
karstenstew: No, I'm just making sh*t up.
actionenouf makes shit up and sells it as farts in a bottle on eBay for mucho $$$
enoufmakes shit up and sells it as farts in a bottle on eBay for mucho $$$
bhundvenenouf, wow! I want to be just like you when I grow up... :-D
carloszhi, i'm downloading a debian image with jigdo, can i stop it with ctrl+z and resume later?
karstenbhundven: Eat your beans!
carlosz: Yes
bhundvenwill do, thanks for the advice!
enoufbhundven: you're not my first "groupie" ;-) .. but I'll treat you nice
bhundvenlolroflmao
carloszkarsten: great, thanks
ajsUh does anybody know how to get apt to tell you why packages are being held back (they're not explicitly held)
stewajs: /msg dpkg kept back
sceadugengaok, need help. <Zolos> tcp window size, is how much data can be outstanding between the server and you
it still shouldn't make any difference to speed, should it?
<Zolos> make mtu as big as possible without fragmentation
karstensceadugenga: If you're seeing high latency, and are mostly doing high-volume transfers (eg: nfs, ftp, http file transfers) rather than small interactive packets (games, ssh), yes, it can reduce overhead, as you're incurring less TCP overhead per packet.
sceadugengabut won't make a heck of a lot of difference?
karstensceadugenga: However there are other factors which can result in slow net. You're encouraged to use MTR to look at how your intermediate nodes are responding. Could be congestion, could be flakey hardware, could be routing.
sceadugenga: It can make a *lot* of differenct in the right context.
enoufsceadugenga: /.. do .. you go get hlp elsewhere and "compare" .. rather than taking advice form helpful people? .. smart move .. yeah! right!
er typoossss
karstensceadugenga: Would you prefer to move a houseful of lumber in a sports car or in a lorrie?
actionenouf likes laurie :-)
enouflikes laurie :-)
beardie?
sceadugengai like getting help from knowledgable people
karsten, sports car :D :P

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