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Month: June 2020

Re: [trinity-users] Does Trinity run on Debian Testing?

From: Gene Heskett <gheskett@...>
Date: Sun, 14 Jun 2020 15:32:53 -0400
On Sunday 14 June 2020 13:29:23 Janek Stolarek wrote:

> Thanks!
> > ...which, now that I think about it, is probably a kernel issue
> > alone.
> It is. Well, kernel and the non-free firmware.
> > Try a more recent kernel from backports before changing out your
> > whole system
> I know from the past that this is a reasonable option, though the
> reason I'm resisting it now is because my router - which I would have
> to connect to by cable - is in the kitchen and that means hauling my
> whole setup to the kitchen floor. Not very convenient, but maybe I
> should indeed bite the bullet and go with the backports.
> Janek
Or, buy a longer cable? I have one, runs 30 some feet across the basement 
joists, thru the foundation and across the back door to the edge of the 
back porch roof, thence strung across the back yard about 60 feet to the 
peak of a shed roof and into a hub in that shed feeding 2 computers. 
Been there for a bit over 12 years now including a 112 mph direcho that 
did $18,000 in ppty damage. Took down 4 40 ft pine trees too, but that 
cable is still there and working yet today.
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