From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows 98; MindSpring Internet Services) BuildID: 2002053012 When I enter any URL, or even when I click on the Mozilla Home Page icon, there is nothing on the screen even after several minutes. The status bar has one of several messages, including: "Document Done", or "Tranferring data from [URL]". In rare cases, some of the page does appear, but then the load appears to stall, and my network monitor shows occasional short bursts of incoming data. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Open Mozilla 2.Enter a URL, or select a bookmark (imported from Netscape), or click on the Mozilla Home Page icon. 3.Wait. Actual Results: No Web page or, occasionally, partial page. Expected Results: Complete Web page. After the installation of Mozilla, when the program opened automatically, the mouse pointer indicated that there was something going on in the background (hourglass next to the mouse pointer). After waiting a minute or so, I closed Mozilla and reopened it. The hourglass did not reappear.
Reporter: Do you use a proxy ? Have you installed Mozilla over an older build ?
You can't reply to the mail. You must open the bug link and enter your comments in this bug.. Can you please create a new profile ? run "mozilla -profilemanager" and create an additional test profile. Do you use a firewall ?
This is a reply to your Email, in which you wrote: Y> ou can't reply to the mail. You must open the bug link and enter your comments in this bug.. > Can you please create a new profile ? run "mozilla -profilemanager" and create an additional test profile. Ran mozilla -profilemanager, created new profile. It then displayed a "Start Mozilla" window. It connected to the Internet, apparently tried to go to the Mozilla Home page but failed with the usual symptoms. > Do you use a firewall ? Yes, Zone Alarm Pro (latest update). It allows Mozilla to connect to the Internet. ZA's Security level is set to "High", which prevents file sharing and hides the PC from most probes. That setting has not caused problems with Internet Explorer, RealPlayer or Media Player.
Does it work if you disable ZA ? Mozilla use 2 internal TCP/IP loopback connections which will be possible blocked from ZA.
------- Additional Comments From Matti@epost.de 2002-07-23 14:42 ------- > Does it work if you disable ZA ? > Mozilla use 2 internal TCP/IP loopback connections which will be possible > blocked from ZA. I'm sorry but I'm not willing to disable Zone Alarm Pro, because of the danger of intrusion. If Mozilla cannot operate with Zone Alarm fully enabled, I'll have to regretfully do without it.
We can't find the problem if you want to disable ZA or give Mozilla all rights. this bug is now invalid since you as tester (we have only binary builds for testing) duping against the loopback bug. BTW: ZA is not very secure... *** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 100154 ***
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
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