Re: [SUSE Linux Users] about modprobe.conf
- ofvergara wrote:
>I have IPv6 networking enabled (and runnig the command ifconfig confirms
> yes, you are right guys.
> in my next message i'll try to post the error messages.
> the topic for modifying the modprobe, was to get rid of ipv6,
that I have both 4-byte and IPv6 addresses...and it's not slowing me
> according to an article appearing in the suse portal, which says thatAs we said, your delays are due to improproper Domain Name resolution.
> the mozilla type of broswers always stalls when going to a webpage;
> and their recommendation was to modify this file.
>Domain Name resolution.
> the thing is, that in LoseDoze i have the very same settings (dns,
> gateway, etc) and it works quickly (i browse with netscape7.2 in
> losedoze), and i use firefox in suse 9.1 pro and it always waits 20-30
> secs before loading a webpage (no matter which one, it does that will
> all pages i point to).
> i have double checked the network data (dns, etc) and it is the same
> at XP, so i believe no misconfiguration is in place. it has to be
> something else.
> in your expertise, what would be the reason for such delay?
> i am going to replace the faulty modprobe with the original one to get
> rid of the error messages on boot; then, i'll be expecting for your
> advices and possibly posting the boot log with the aforementioned
> warning messages.