This page last modified: Jun 30 2004
Brian Key wrote: > Brennan Cleveland wrote: > >> Hello, >> > [snips] > >> ifconfig as normal. I can ping my own IP (192.168.0.20) but NO >> packets leave eth0 to go out to the network. I cant ping anything but >> my own IP. If I try to use DHCP from my router, it doesnt get an IP >> at all. (I have a small LAN behind a DSL Gateway/Router). Also, when >> I use the route command, it takes upwards of 30 seconds to pull up the >> routing table. On a functioning machine, this only takes a second or so. > > [snips] > > This sounds like a problem I had where everything is fine apart from the > lack of packets leaving the interface. > Try appending acpi=off as a kernel boot parameter. > Sending acpi=off to the kernel worked! Strangely, before this also, the startup sounds of KDE didnt play, and now they do. I never would have thought to do that.