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SubjectRe: HTTP problem running v2.4 kernel


Stephen Torri wrote:

> Has anyone noticed that certain websites that use to load reliable are no
> longer accessible? I used to be able to get into www.nvidia.com and now it
> doesn't load. The reason I believe this might be a kernel problem is what
> happened when I changed on the same system to kernel 2.2.19-7.0.8smp
> (RedHat 7.0 kernel). When I switched to that kernel the website loaded
> with out problems. Nothing changed on the same. Same software used with
> all the kernels I have used.
>
> The kernel version that I have noticed the problem:
>
> 2.4.10-ac4


www.nvidia.com loads fine here:

[teastep@ursa teastep]$ uname -a
Linux ursa.seattlefirewall.dyndns.org 2.4.10-ac4 #1 Tue Oct 2 17:01:38
PDT 2001 i686 unknown
[teastep@ursa teastep]$



-Tom

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