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On (17/05/04 22:04), Timothy Murphy didst pronounce:
>> I haven't been able to read the NY Times for a few days,
> because it asks me to login, and when I do so says
> "The file /auth/login cannot be found.
> Please check the location and try again."
> [I've been reading the NY Times for months if not years without problem.]
>Are you sure this error refers to a local file and not a file on the
server? It could be a problem with the Times website?
I've just checked, and /auth/login _does_ exist on the NY Times site.
Try again and if you're still getting the same error, then it's
something else. More information would help.
Chat ya later,
BOFH excuse #28: CPU radiator broken
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