I was about to mail the list with a problem when I inadvertently
appear to have solved it. Thought I would share. perhaps someone has a
I have installed debian Woody from CDs at home. I set up a ppp
connection to indigo. It dials in fine. However the speed of the
connection was absolutely dire, and I couldn't find anything to fix it
(tried init strings etc).
I noticed that the default kernel is a 2.2.19. One of the reasons
I went for woody not potato was the 2.4 kernel. So I installed a 2.4.9
kernel with apt. Low and behols my ppp problems are gone! I guess I'm not
being over-verbose, but has anyone any ideas as to what has been affected?
Just for interest sake I guess.
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