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To whom it may concern:
It is probably relevant that I have been having some issues with network connectivity between my main Linux box (Ubuntu - latest LTS distro) and my Windows 10 laptop for quite some time. I have been trying to pinpoint the issues when I have time to dick around with the network which is not very often. I have multiple routers (and multiple name brands on top of that fact) running, my cable modem is in bridge mode only and doesn't do anything other than supply the connection. My network is in a constant state of change right now for several reasons, mainly because I'm trying to accomplish several different goals all at the same time, and I have very little time to get any of them done. My task priorty list changes 20 times every couple of days, depending on who my boss is at any given time, and this cluster***k of a network constantly has about 40 different devices coming and going at all times.
This error occured after I shifted my focus onto installing freeRADIUS so that I can implement WPA/WPA2-Enterprise because I need that level of control in order to restore sanity to this network. Once I have gained some control over this beast, I can continue trying to make some money so I don't end up homeless, a scenario which is quickly approaching because of errors like this one that keep slowing me down on everything I've been working on for the past 3 months. Not taking a poke at your software, overall, your software is a good product and I have had little difficulty with it, with only a couple of exceptions which I don't have time to detail here.
Mainly, you should be aware that my network here is far from a typical home network, and I just installed freeRADIUS on the main Linux server prior to this error. The error actually occured when I was using nano to edit one of the config files for that application, remotely of course, and using Putty via WinSCP. I always connect with a secure tunnel using certs and passwords. Sometimes the connection works for a while, sometimes it works for a few minutes and craps out. Whatever the cause of the network connectivity problem, it has only been doing this for a short time, about a month or so. Hope some of this may help, sorry if it doesn't, good luck with it.
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Invalid access to memory.
The problem happens rarely. I cannot reproduce it.
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