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Re: usmsc weirdness

This was a fun thread.

> On Mar 2, 2018, at 9:09 AM, Tom Ivar Helbekkmo <tih%hamartun.priv.no@localhost> wrote:
> Tom Ivar Helbekkmo <tih%hamartun.priv.no@localhost> writes:
>> I'm guessing the jerky networking with the usmsc0 was an interrupt line
>> that failed to work when it got cold, turning packet delivery into
>> something that happened when a buffer filled, or something.  Now, after
>> switching to an external USB dongle for networking, the dongle itself is
>> failing in the low temperature.
> Looks like I was right.  Everything was working when I got here this
> morning (-26C outside, -16C inside the cabin), except that the Pi wasn't
> on the local network.  Once I got that dongle warmed up a bit, it
> started responding.  Now it's once again building packages, from NFS,
> mounted over a VPN link home.  :)
> -tih
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