The default Fedora ssh_config file comes with GSSAPIAuthentication set
to "yes". This causes a DNS query in an attempt to resolve
_kerberos.<hostname> whenever ssh is invoked. During periods when
connectivity to the outside world is interrupted for whatever reason,
the ssh session won't proceed until the DNS query times out. Not really
a problem, just more of an annoyance when trying to ssh to another
machine on the LAN.
Is there a reason why the default ssh_config comes with
GSSAPIAuthentication set to yes?
I have to ask, because i was running Azuerus on my pspage machine ,
800 MHz and 256MB of ram, and it ws simply killing the machine. X took
mins to wake up after falling asleep. The cursor frequenlty wouln't
move, the machine was basically unuseable + torrent performance was
As per suggested on the mailinglist, installed Sun java (based on
intructions from fedorafaq.org) and wow, I have literally have had a
near 10 fold performance increase. I can use the machine as if Azuerus
isn't even running. Plus where as before I was gettign about 8KB/s I
am hitting over 100 KB/s. Where as portions of the GUI did't work, it
So I have to ask...what's wrong with gcj?
To be updated...