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Old 12-18-2003, 05:48 AM   #1
franck63
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stability with redhat 7.3 & 9.0


Hello, here i ve got a problem of stability on a small network of 5 machines for secretaries

Configs are pentium 3 to athlon 2600+
Motherboard MSI
video tnt2

the 5 machines are in network with a station serving as "" file server" ", with NFS. SHARE PRINTERS (3)
Redhat 7.3 and Star Office 5.2
Environment graphic KDE

My problem of stability is that machines
:freeze
:loss of KDE tool bar (server)
roblem with the printers which are put in errors (obligation to remove them and reinstall)

Soluce: I tried to pass a station in redhat 9.0 (update) and Open Office 1.1.0.0
Result: I find the same problems of stability:

problem of configuration NFS???
Problem of the distribution???
OTHERS ???

Thank you for helping me to a soluce

Franck,
 
  


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