On Tuesday 18 May 2004 14:30, John Madden wrote:
> > I give my username and password as registered with NYTimes,
> > and am told, as before:
> > "The file /auth/login cannot be found.
> > Please check the location and try again."
>> What's the URL in the address bar?
It is "file:///var/tmp/kdecache-tim/krun/11456.0.18ABUS.html"
(which does actually exist).
> Makes me think that, in the previous example, Mozilla is working from
> local files and that the links are all relative. This would lead it to
> look for /auth/login on the local machine instead of on the NY Times
I'm sure you are right.
But what can I do about it?
It's a fairly recent change,
and may have started when I updated KDE.
I think these KDE people are too smart,
and should take a well-deserved vacation.
I guess I should ask on the KDE mailing list first, though.
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