[PlanetCCRMA] apt-get update connection failure

jsdey@optonline.net jsdey@optonline.net
Tue Jun 15 12:26:01 2004

Hi Fernando,

Thanks for your comments.  I can browse and get to the ccrma sites.  My 
is using the cache proxy Squid.

On Jun 15, 2004, at 1:09 PM, Fernando Pablo Lopez-Lezcano wrote:

>> I have installed FC1 and have gone through Fernando's excellent
>> instructions for installation.
>> (Kernel updated and sound is working).  My computer is on a local net.
>> I thought
>> the command "apt-get update" was previously working but now I get the
>> error messages
>> like:
>> Err http://ccrma.stanford.edu fedora/1/i386 release
>>    Cannot initiate the connection to ccrma.stanford.edu:80
>> ( - connect (101 Network is unreachable)
> The server is up and running... and it looks like you are resolving
> correctly the address (there was/is a widespread problem with the 
> Akamai
> DNS services, see: http://isc.incidents.org/). Could you try again? Can
> you look at the Planet CCRMA site in a web browser?
> How about other
> sites?
I went through with the browser and entered into the other sites that 
showed in the complete error message.
I could access each although it looks like some of the sites have 
special characters not recognized by
my browser.
> -- Fernando
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