About a week ago I rebuilded world and updated from 5.4-STABLE to 6.1-STABLE and I'm using a Netgear WG311v3 with ndiswrapper as WLAN card. My computer acts as a gateway for my LAN and WLAN. Saturdaynight I found out my server crashed while copying data from my server to my laptop through WLAN ( using ndis0 ), when I looked in the logfiles I couldn't find anything strange ( or at leat at the places I looked ) and decided to let it be. But today I had the same problem; I have a couple directories mounted using NFS ( Server: the 6.1-STABLE computer ; host : My laptop ), when I tried to copy data from one of those directies to my local drive suddenly my server crash again. The only strange thing I found were these messages in /var/log/messages from the time my server crashed:

Aug 14 15:52:22 FStaals named[541]: could not listen on UDP socket: permission denied Aug 14 15:52:22 FStaals named[541]: creating IPv4 interface ndis0 failed; interface ignored Aug 14 16:52:22 FStaals named[541]: could not listen on UDP socket: permission denied Aug 14 16:52:22 FStaals named[541]: creating IPv4 interface ndis0 failed; interface ignored Aug 14 17:52:22 FStaals named[541]: could not listen on UDP socket: permission denied Aug 14 17:52:22 FStaals named[541]: creating IPv4 interface ndis0 failed; interface ignored


I'm not sure if it has anything to do with my system crash. Or what else I should look at to find out what is causing my system to crash ? I looked in /var/log/messages and my dmesg, but nothing realy weird turns up. How can I find out what went wrong and fix it ? Also what's up with my named ? I don't notice anything wrong with trafficing etc on my wlan.

Regards,

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-Frank Staals


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