Confirmed: there are more commands not working with this kernel (and
some which does not use network at all).
[ambs@eremita ambs]$ man man
Error executing formatting or display command.
System command (cd /usr/man && (echo ".pl 1100i"; /bin/gunzip -c
'/usr/man/man1/man.1.gz'; echo ".\\\""; echo ".pl \n(nlu+10") |
/usr/bin/gtbl | /usr/bin/nroff -S -mandoc | /usr/bin/less -is) exited
with status 256.
No manual entry for man
And, yes, this works with 2.6.7 :)
Thomas Graf wrote:
With this kernel, the sis ethernet bug is fixed (well, at least I can do a ping
-f without losing packets), SATA works but... wonder... ssh doesn't.
If I have a public key on other machine without passphrase, it works.
Could you provide your .config and a dump of the network
traffic a few seconds before, during and after the ssh session?
(tcpdump -s -w ...)
Now, that file really doesn't exist. But it isn't needed with the old kernel.
So, what 2.6.9 rc 3 has that 2.6.7 don't?
I have the feeling that the bug is related to the calculation of
some networking related threshold resultung in wrong values right
after booting time.
Much as I hate to say it, the Computer Science view of language design
has gotten too inbred in recent years. The Computer Scientists should
pay more attention to the Linguists, who have a much better handle on
how people prefer to communicate.