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SubjectRe: Linux-2.1.125 ... pre-2.2 imminent
On Sun, 11 Oct 1998, Felix von Leitner wrote:

> Thus spake Linus Torvalds (torvalds@transmeta.com):
> > Anyway, that means that the last of my personal show-stopper bugs in 2.1.x
> > seems to be finally history. I still expect to sync up with Alan Cox's
> > patches in particular, but I'm mentally getting ready for a real 2.2.
>
> Right now, the ISDN support in 2.1 is broken.
> I have tons of mysterious TCP stalls over an ISDN PPP line to another
> Linux box on the other end.
>
> Just typing this mail over my PPP ISDN link is a real pain, it feels
> like a 300 baud line with error correction eating 80% of the throughput.

Have you reported this to the isdn list? If you have the problem in a
reproducable form, maybe you can gather some data for the isdn folks.

-Mike

PS: Is anyone out there using the latest i4l CVS with 125? I get..
kernel: recvmsg bug: copied ECB331B4 seq 0
last message repeated 758 times
kernel: seq 0
..times a _zillion_ followed by a deadly oops (swapper). I haven't reported
it yet (testing) but plan to this week.. just wondering if it's been seen
anywhere else.


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