On Tue, 10 Aug 1999, John P. Looney wrote:
> On Tue, Aug 10, 1999 at 04:29:23PM +0000, John McDonnell mentioned:
> > On a similar note, anyone have any idea what to do when Netscape keeps
> > bringing up a link to the web (we're using a Zyxel router over ISDN)? If
>> Odd. Worst case, you could setup a cronjob to ifup/down your interface...
>> Only thing to do is to plug out the network cable, but leave tcpdump
> running all night, to see what network packets are going out...
I'd guess that it's because the a chunk of netscape is still running even
after is apperently crashed. It shows up with some name with lib in it, I
can't quiet remember it but you will have to do a ps aux | grep net to get
rid of it. Another sympthon will be that top will show 90% CPU usage a lot
of the time.
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