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SubjectRe: Linux <-> Apple Laser 16/600 [TCP problems??]
Since upgrading to 2.0.1 from 1.3.5x (Yeah I missed a huge gad of devl. 
stuff) the networking has gone completly south. My understanding of 2.0
was improved networking, not worse networking!

I recently posted a message to comp.os.linux.networking and hope to hear
back from someone there, regarding my troubles. In a nutshell, tcp
connections hang and then die after an initial amount of data is passed
through the connection. I have fiddled with MTU settings, nothing has
improved the situation.

Any clues?


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On Thu, 8 Aug 1996, Alan Shutko wrote:

> >>>>> "MA" == Mikael Abrahamsson <> writes:
> MA> We have run a setup of a linux 1.2.13 machine and an Apple 16/600
> MA> Laserprinter (postscript) for almost a year now, but when I
> MA> upgraded to 2.0.x I suddenly got problems.
> I had the same problems here, exactly. LPRng 2.0.something from a
> Solaris 2.5 box would work (and still does), wouldn't work from the
> Linux 2.0. Neither would the latest LPRng.
> My solution was simply to use netatalk (which I have running for LW
> Select 360s). Never did figure out why the other wasn't working.
> --
> Alan Shutko <> - The Few, the Proud, the Remaining.
> A diva who specializes in risque arias is an off-coloratura soprano ...

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