In my ongoing quest to get IPv6 tunneling working with my AT&T DSL connection, I stumbled across more stupidity...
In an effort to resolve the 15-second DHCP renewal time I was seeing on a D-Link DSL modem that I tried (mentioned here,) I first c… more »
Until recently, I held Adaptec SCSI controllers in high regard.
But, it turns out the "RAID" support on their 39320 cards is just fake RAID, in other words, software RAID.
And they don't even provide the kernel driver module for Linux (called a320raid… more »
Some time ago, I wrote about the problems I had getting IPv6 to work through my AT&T DSL connection.
It turns out that the problem is the crappy DSL modem that AT&T gives to their customers. It is a Siemens Speedstream 4100. Siemens got out of… more »
I am trying to set up IPv6 on my Linux box which is connected to an AT&T DSL line.
Since the DSL modem only supports IPv4, I have set up an IPv6-to-IPv4 tunnel.
According to the IPv6 specs, this tunnel sends the IPv6 packets to the special "anycas… more »
As a long time Slackware user, the recent announcement of Slackware 12.1 was a very welcome event. So I went to the Torrent download page to get the Slackware 12.1 DVD.
However, upon launching ktorrent, the KDE torrent client, to start the torrent down… more »