Mozilla v1.2a When trying to download a file, If I attempt to save to "MyComputer" or a network Drive all network drives are disconnected. The network drives mapped, are shared from a samba server, smbd version 2.2.3a I havent been able to try this with windows shares mapped, I would think that it might have a diffrent outcome.
*** Bug 182228 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Confirming, with Samba 2.0.7 (ok its quite old, but the behavior would be the same I think): I can't download to mapped drives, for example \\Server\homes is mapped to the Letter I:, but I can't save there directly. The download manager then doesn't show any download. With saving on local disk all works fine.
I have the same problem. But It's a little different on Mozilla 1.3. When I want to download a file to a Network drive for some reason mozilla doenloads the file to a different directory. Once the download is complete, mozilla will copy the file from a temp directory to the place you told it to download too. I thought my mozilla locked up or crashed. But, on my machine, once a file is done downloading mozilla will not respond till the file is finished being copied over to the network drive. On big ISO downloads (files that are 100's of MB) it can take upto 5 mins for the copy to happen over the network. If mozilla is killed the downloaded file is destroyed/lost like it was never downloaded. I lost many files this way thinking "WTF! Mozilla locked up when the download finally for 97%!!!! AH!" then killed the mozilla process.... I think the code needs to be changed to directly save the file to the target directory. -Bryan
worksforme (diff version of Samba) Mozilla 1.5RC1 on Win2k downloading to mapped share on RedHat 9 machine using Samba 3.0.0.
Correction to comment #4: I do see behavior like comment #3 with Mozilla freezing while files are being copied to the shares. However, I do not have disconnections or issues as described in comment #2 or original bug description.
Works for Me, Moz 1.8a (nightly 2004071417). Has for a long time.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 15 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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