Very bizarre. I'm at the weekly D&D game, and as usual we all have our laptops out
Bob, the DM, is on his computer,
connected to the router via a network cable; the rest of us (myself, Bibo
and Mike) are connected via the wireless network. Every 901 seconds
(fifteen minutes, one second) I would get disconnected from the network for
55 seconds. Like clockwork.
Bibo and Mike never got disconnected.
At first, I thought it might either be kLoOge or Java 1.5 (I had to
upgrade Java last week because the latest version of kLoOge requires Java
1.5, and Bob always makes us upgrade kLoOge), so towards the end of
the game I didn't even bother running kLoOge (or Java 1.5).
I still got disconnected every 901 seconds. For 55 seconds.
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