I stumbled tonight with yet another (quite) strange problem with Werewolf, and this time I swear I had nothing to do with it!
The problem I've been experiencing is that my computer has started to suffer from "sudden disconnections". I was testing how would PulseAudio work with my favorite VoIP application, TeamSpeak , when I suddenly was disconnected from my local server. So I went all the way downstairs to check the router, server, etc, and couldn't find anything wrong with the setup. Then, came back to my computer, and in a hunch restarted the network... Ugh-oh... The NIC wasn't getting any IP. So I went back downstairs and rebooted the router... Still no IP. Out of frustration (a la Windows) rebooted the machine. Lo and behold, eth0 got an IP (and I thought to my self "WTH?"). I continued testing TeamSpeak along with some more stuff, when suddenly (after minimizing a conversation Pidgin window), there it was again, a sudden disconnection.
VERY strange indeed. I'm not sure if this would have anything to do with my hardware setup, the kernel or some other thing. This has never happened to me before, and certainly not with Moonshine (F7)... Maybe it is just me, or there are some rather funny bugs in Werewolf... Or simply I happen to be a "bug magnet".
Anybody can confirm?
NIC is one of the generic 'tulip' family.
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