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On (18/05/04 16:15), Timothy Murphy didst pronounce:
> > What's the URL in the address bar?
>> It is "file:///var/tmp/kdecache-tim/krun/11456.0.18ABUS.html"> (which does actually exist).
>Yep, local file.
> > 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
> > website.
>> 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.
>Check the source of tha page (the local one). If the links are in the
form file:///var/tmp/blahdeblah then it's likely that Kmail or Mozilla
are changing all references to the remote site to point locally (useful
if you've just wget'd a full website to browse locally).
If the links are relative (ie without file:// or http:// or whatever),
then it's up to the NY Times to change them to be absolute.
> I guess I should ask on the KDE mailing list first, though.
>Might be an idea, but I'd try and narrow where the problem is
originating first. If it's the NY Times website, then it's got nothing
to do with KDE or Mozilla.
Chat ya later,
BOFH excuse #94: Internet outage
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