Hi I am running 11.0 and kde4, since yesterday I cannot download anything through yast, Internet access seems fine with firefox but as soon as I try to download through yast it starts and after a while (5 to 10 mins ) it times out.
ok I am new to this with a basic understanding,I have two internet connection options one though my local network using eth0 and one using a PCMCIA 3G Card connecting through ttyUSB0 both connections behave the same.
On 07/15/2008 san100 wrote:
> ok to my untrained eye I do not know what to look for in that file
> there are hundreds of lines of log data, should I post the whole file
> here, or is there something in particular i should look for?
Something with “error” or “timeout” maybe?
Else the last couple of lines. If the file ain’t that big, zip it and send it to me via mail (yes, the mail address is valid).
hi, i’m new to opensuse forums and i was wondering if this is the right place to ask questions about the wine emulator. i was having a hard time installing it to opensuse 10.2 and i would like to know if it came on opensuse 11. i wanted to know before i started downloading it because i’m switching over from a dual booting system (windows-opensuse) to just opensuse. i need my computer to run windows applications as wellll as linux applications. if anyone could help that would be great.
Timeout appears regularly, I will email the file a bit later this morning. Lastnight I put my MSI laptop next to this one (Acer) Both have suse11 and kde4 on they both use the same DSL internet connection on the same router. I then set them downloading through yast at the same time The MSI downloaded at around 40KB/s (normal speed) and the Acer at around 4KB/s
If I open the “view data rate” window from Kinternet it shows spikes with spaces in between on the graph as if it is downloading little packets at a time and then waiting between packets (I will try past a screen shot )
Replace the OSS repo with one close to your location. If installing software works fast enough, enter the repo URL in a browser, navigate to the update folder and enter the URL as an update repo rather than download.opensuse.org.