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Improve stability of some USB-based wireless adapters
Authored by: Hunted Charlie on May 09, '08 07:41:35PM
For those who don't know how to create the sysctl.conf file, all you have to do is:

0) Make sure you're logged in as an administrator.

1) Open Terminal.app in /Applications/Utilities.

2) Type sudo nano /etc/sysctl.conf and hit Enter.

3) Copy/paste the the given text into the editor.

4) Hold Control-X at the same time (^X for those who like that notation) and then type y and hit Enter to save the file and exit.

Also, I've got to say, the moment I heard 150GB in three weeks, I knew instantly that Azureus was involved.

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Improve stability of some USB-based wireless adapters
Authored by: djlmc on May 10, '08 05:51:14AM
Also, I've got to say, the moment I heard 150GB in three weeks, I knew instantly that Azureus was involved.
LOL not quite, (when I could be bothered) I made some large file copies to and from the machine involved via the wireless adaptor to give it a good stressout, as well as performing it's Internet Sharing function. :)

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