Kieran Colfer - Sun Microsystems Ireland wrote:
>> Mark Fallon wrote:
> > On my machine at home when I do a straight connection they work fine.
> > At work I have to make a connection through the http proxy. This however
> > never seems to work. I have checked the proxy environment variable by
> > using
> > lynx. Has anybody else got these working using a http connection.
>> Do ye have a firewall at work? If ye do, there's the problem pretty much
> right there, I'd say.
I have got this a bit further. I think the setup issue was
actually a red herring. I started running grip from the command
line using the -v option (verbose). I was able to see the queries
go through, they both return. There seems to be a bug, if the disc is
found by the secondary server or it is not found at all the system
seems to go into a busy loop! If the track is found by the first server
the track has already been found no problem. I will get the source out
and see if I can find the problem.
Mark Fallon E-mail : mfallon at ie.oracle.com
Senior Software Engineer Phone : +353-1-8033207
Product Line Engineering Fax : +353-1-8033221
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