ollie wrote:That solves the problem on my Eee PC (Xandros Advanced Desktop Mode). I'll try later on my Ubuntu system.
Is it the way IIS is responding to the page request through .NET? Microsoft deliberately breaking the Internet again!
I'm sure its all a dirty MS conspiracy. Well, no, its been around for a while. I have had problems at one site (due to an OpenBSD based firewall/router box) for months. The only way I could ever get to the internet from Linux at that site was to have this in /etc/sysctl.conf:
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Took ages to track down. Especially since the I have XP, OS/2 and FreeBSD on the same laptop, and it was only
Linux that was having access problems...
Since that site has changed to an SME Server based firewall/router box, the problem has vanished - I experimented by moving sysctl.conf to another name and found no problems accessing the net....