Yes, I can help, I can help!!! I'm sure you'll get a
few responses on this one, but the problem isn't
UDPcast, it's your file system. You're file system is
probably ext2 which can't handle large file sizes.
I'd recommend moving your file system to ext3. I
forget the exact command, but checking out the man
pages for mkfs for mke2fs will tell you how to do
--- Richard Sikora <sikora(a)gympol.cz> wrote:
I have problem with udp-receiver, it is unable to
larger than 2GB.
I have read older post and found some work around
(udp-receiver > image.gz)
but this did not work either.
my config is:
CPU P4 2,4GHz, RAM 512 DDR, HDD WD 120GB, NIC
RTL8139 (8139too driver),
i run debian woody orignaly (2.2) kernel but i
upgraded to 2.4.18-686,
i use udpcast 20030831,
partition where i store image i big enough and has
i administer small lan, about 15 winxp boxes
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