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Old 1st April 2008, 11:39 PM
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Internet disconnects when performing updates

I have recently reinstalled Fedora 8 on my pc, everything works fine except for when I try to update my software packages.

I get the notification and it resolves the dependencies fine, but once I hit apply updates the internet disconnects after a while and the update program seemingly freezes.

I currently own a Linksys WAG200G, I don't think that this is an error to do with the router as before reinstalling Fedora 8 it was working fine and never disconnected when applying updates, I have also not changed any of my router configuration since reinstalling Fedora.

If there's nothing I can do then I will just try a fresh reinstall again.

Any help would be much appreciated, thanks.
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