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Description of problem:
I updated all files june 12 and not i can not access the internet. It
says site refused connection.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
kernel is 414
Steps to Reproduce:
Actual Results: every site accessed says connection refused
Expected Results: sites are accessible
I have no idea where to look for the problem. I checked to make sure
the IPV6 parameter is off and it was so don't know. Could not telnet
to a site either.
Please try the 435 kernel and report
Thats interesting. I just went to fedoras site and the latest
available is 427. So, how can I test it?
Where are you looking -435 is most definitely there
As its an official errata not a development kernel
i got 435 but am still having some kind of problem installing--it will
not install the initrd.img file so therefore grub does not show the
kernel. I am getting a new laptop this week so will have to cease
testing on the older one. I will report how it goes with my new dell
d800. I sure wish the hardware makers would work with linux to get
the bugs out like they do with windoz.
I have the same problem. After I've upgraded
kernel-smp-2.6.6-1.435.i686.rpm to kernel-smp-2.6.7-1.494.2.2.i686.rpm
(it's dual PII machine so I use smp kernel) I've lost ability to
connect to hosts outside local network. I mean, connection was able to
open, but after receiving about 5kbytes (and it's always the same
amount of data) connection is dead (it's not closed but data cannot be
received anymore). No dmesg messages are thrown that could explain the
reason. At first I suspected ethernet card failure so I changed 3c59x
card to compaq's tlan card but it didn't hepl. Fortunately revert to
435 version did help. Updating to current
kernel-smp-2.6.8-1.521.i686.rpm also didn't help!