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SubjectRe: Linux-1.3.85 - ppp slowdowns gone (?)
On 9 Apr 1996, Ioannis Schoinas wrote:
> It didn't do much for interactive performance (ie, telnet) and slip connections.
> Side by side, there is obvious difference typing 10 characters to a Solaris
> host vs a SunOS 4.1 host. Just typing a pattern like lslslslslslsl as fast as
> you can and with Solaris the terminal blocks after the first two characters.
> In SunOS you hardly feel any delay between the time you type the characters
> and the echo appears on the screen.

Yes. This is the EXACT behavior that I've seen as well... (sorry I
can't be more helpfull...)

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