Re: Brower cannot open some web pages in Debian
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On 03/08/08 17:34, hce wrote:
> On 3/9/08, Ron Johnson <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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>> On 03/08/08 17:05, hce wrote:
>> > On 3/9/08, Douglas A. Tutty <email@example.com> wrote:
>> >> On Sat, Mar 08, 2008 at 04:03:46PM +1100, hce wrote:
>> >> > On 3/8/08, Jeff D <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>> >>> Thank you. But that is not a dns problem. I have no problem to open
>> >> > google or other hundreds web pages, but just a few web pages including
>> >> > my bank web pages could not open in Debian. I suspect those web pages
>> >> > require java which may not be installed in debian? But I really have
>> >> > no idea what is missing in Debian default installation. It is also not
>> >> > ip filter as I have checked iptales, all input / output acceptable.
>> > but could not make it active. Not sure if that caused the problem or
>> > not.
>> I never had to "activate" Java, but simply installed
>> sun-java5-plugin and restarted IW.
> Could that be the problem as I don't have sun-java5-plugin installed?
Probably. How did you try to "make it active"?
>> >> Give us the url so that others of us can try the page.
>> > www.anz.com
>> Works for me. Even http://188.8.131.52/ brings up the page.
> That looks like the problem of my debian installation.
Ummm, what does?
>> Did you happen to install the Noscript plugin?
> No sure about that, how can I check it
If you don't know, then you probably don't. Anyway, in Iceweasel,
select Tools->Add-ons and that will list your installed Firefox plugins.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
"The kniiife..., the kniiife... The life of the wife is ended
by the kni-ife."
Stewie Griffin & Eliza Pinchley
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