Closed Bug 14659 Opened 21 years ago Closed 21 years ago

ftp://sweetlou not displaying any content

Categories

(Core :: Networking, defect, P3, major)

defect

Tracking

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VERIFIED WORKSFORME

People

(Reporter: paulmac, Assigned: jud)

References

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Details

Nothing lays out except the directory column background images when you go to
ftp://sweetlou

In the console, it says that ftp://sweetlou:21/ loaded successfully

This is on linux and windows, Mac has it's own problems.

Using 9/22 build
ftp://ftp.netscape.com, for example, lays out correctly
Sounds like the default port isn't being set, or honored.
Target Milestone: M11
crashing on linux 9/24 build at ftp://sweetlou now, no good stack info, jud
should probably get this now

(Signature = libnecko_ftp.so + 0x47f0 (0x410867f0) f0e3c7fe)

   libnecko_ftp.so + 0x47f0 (0x410867f0)


   libnecko_ftp.so + 0x6901 (0x41088901)


   libnecko_ftp.so + 0x574b (0x4108774b)


   libnecko_ftp.so + 0x76a2 (0x410896a2)


   libxpcom.so + 0x589e3 (0x400e79e3)


   libnspr3.so + 0x1bfce (0x40127fce)


   libpthread.so.0 + 0x4ce9 (0x40135ce9)
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
jud is this a dup of something?
Assignee: waterson → valeski
Status: ASSIGNED → NEW
no. this is kind of a general forum bug for "ftp isn't working." There seem to
be some significant differences between debug and non-debug builds which is
making a lot of this tough to work w/.
Status: NEW → ASSIGNED
hmmm. Now that I'm in California, and thus on the NS LAN (as opposed to my
remote office LAN in Colorado), I'm seeing this. Unfortunately it is
intermittant :(. When it's failing it seems to be eternally blocked on a
mDInStream->Read() call (that's the data channel trying to read the directory
listing data).
haven't been able to reporoduce this on mac or windows for a couple of days.
Status: ASSIGNED → RESOLVED
Closed: 21 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
This is working for me now.
Blocks: 17432
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Bulk move of all Necko (to be deleted component) bugs to new Networking

component.
No longer blocks: 17432
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