What about giving Wireshark a try? Start a capture as you run a ping and see what traffic happens durring.
Try to fire up Wireshark (or tcpdump) and see what's up in there?If you use DSL you probably want to set your devices to use an MTU of 1454.However the MTU shouldn't be an issue for SSH.Could you try running SSHd in debug mode? Maybe even verbose SSH also?Tried the Wiki?
Well it sounds like you have a very serious hardware issue if you are being literal. XD As for Flash, the reason it is not available on Apple's products is because it is a monster battery eater. Running VMs is the same, you now have two whole OS running as well as an emulation layer.
Well, I have Internet now, I only had to configure netcfg (https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Netcfg). To be honest, if I start with initscripts the applet says all interfaces are down, but I can connect. And with systemd kdeinit still crash but I can ping from tty.
rokemaster wrote:Pse wrote:Possibly related bug? https://bugs.archlinux.org/task/38429?project=1I think no. there is other problem. I did the following: - ping aur.archlinux.org - The resulting IP write in the /etc/hosts <IP> aur.archlinux.orgyaourt working after that.