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[SuSE Linux] To Inet via ISDN router vs. Direct Connection
- From: josch57@xxxxxxxxxxxxx (Joakim Schramm)
- Date: Wed, 11 Nov 1998 04:49:33 +0100
- Message-id: <3649094D.EB7BAE99@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
I connect to Internet via a Zyxel Prestige 100 ISDN router, and have got
it to work to go from my SuSE 5.3 installation. But sometimes it
connects and then disconnect after about 5 sec. and I kind of have to
start all over agin to make it connect, closing and reopen the window
(KDE), to click on a link etc. In Win98 this never happens. Also noticed
that pages open much faster in Win98 then in Linux KDE (from SuSE 5.3
CD). Any input?
Also I wonder what actually differ as if I had a direct connection to
Internet (if any) via a gateway/router, besides that the ISDN router
makes a call to connect. The reason for this is that I plan to later set
up a direct connection and like to make the later switch as painless as
possible, like building a structure already now that I can continue to
use... besides changes of IP adresses. I'm fairly new to Linux but done
quite some networking with NT4/win95-98, but will now trash my NT4
server in favour of Linux. Will keep some win98 clients though for
Even if it so far seams to be a bit slower to connect via Linux (may
just be of KDE), its a great feeling get there that way.
Any answers would be appreciated, thX-Mozilla-Status: 0009rom - Wed Nov 11 04:58:20 1998
Date: Wed, 11 Nov 1998 04:58:20 +0100
From: Joakim Schramm <josch57@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
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To: Jan Joop <nme2000@xxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: slow transfer
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I am and been so busy with Linux that I havn't putted so much attention to
Warez the last days, but I think I got the missing files in a dl from
chichi's the other day. Thank you anyway... wasn't sure if was going to
repost those files as I asked you.
Finaly made it to connect to Internet from Linux today... feels great and
well, it looks almost the same as from Win98 but anyway it feels much
better. A lot of new things to learn though... like setting up a DNS server
was quite something... but I guess thats mostly because one is so used to
just point and click. But once getting into it, it is a great feeling, just
to experience the multitasking and get rid of the fear that the whole thing
may crash if I start an other thing...
Have access to my box now via telnet, so ftp should soon be up I hope. It's
most important for me to get my web domains up first though... before the
memory of them vanish...
tying in tuch,
Jan Joop wrote:
> Hi Kung !
> >The problem i got was corupted achives or CRC errors, but I then
> >this probably had to do with me using netscape (4.5) for downloading.
> >Apparently IE4 is the one to go for on that site... whitch is a bit
> >it use to be the other way around.
> >I guess i have to DL it all once again... if it's still there... havnt
> >time to look into it futher yet.
> If not I will upload it for you either to a tripod account or later
> on your new ftp server. I m not sure...do you really use
> Navigator or IE to download files ? Even if GetRight isnt so
> popular especially by people running ftp server this app is
> very cool. You can resume downloads!!and the most obvious
> advantage is that you almost never get any crc errors.
> But I think you know this app already.......
> >> (The TrueSpace download also lacking of an installer but it works
> >> anyway, Omnipage was also OK, and ray dream studio I didn t install
> >> yet but i think it will work too)
> >What kind of app is Truespace, you said it was usefull? Also, i DL
> >from chichi, do you know if there is any differences from the one at
> So far I haven t dealt any further with Truespace but a German
> Computer Mag wrote it is a very good 3D Grafix App.....
> I didn t have the time to get more into it....
> I dont know if you are still interested in the Patch for
> Omnipage as somobody uploaded them already to chichi.....
> If you don t have them you can get them form my page.
> As the file has only 515 kb I think it is easyier to download
> it direct form the tripod account rather then transfereing
> them to geocities........but if you want the pwd this aint no
> problem but I first have to look it up cause I have so many
> accounts that I m not able to keep them all in mind...
> shit as I not even knew the login name/url and I had to look it
> up....... you can now get both......
> Member name: super4000
> Password: yyzwdf
> So long
> >> Best regards Jan
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