User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.3b) Gecko/20030114
Build Identifier: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv:1.3b) Gecko/20030114
when the server is asking for authentification, Mozilla does not acknowledge it
and it deals directly a 401-2 error
Steps to Reproduce:
1. load http://www.viewline.net/
the server replies 401-2 error and Mozilla doesn't promprt authentification box
ack to the server the authentification request and prompt the authentification box.
-> i mark this as DUPEME. mark it as blocking bug 12578 bug 57529 Bug 134103
and bug 140645 sorry for the spam
-> i submit a new bug. mark it as DUPEME. mark it as blocking bug 12578 and bug
57529 Bug 134103 and of course bug 61681 sorry for the spam
dupe of bug 35159.
HTTP/1.1 401 Acc.s refus...Server: Microsoft-IIS/5.0..Date: Wed, 15 Ja
n 2003 15:34:35 GMT..WWW-Authenticate: Negotiate..WWW-Authenticate: NT
and what Do you mean with DUPME ?
If you know that a bug is a dupe, DON'T REPORT IT.
You will loose your Account if you do that again !
And don't add bug to the depency list if they are unrelated. This generated
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 23679 ***
1. The problem with that site is that it uses NTLM authentication. This bug has been duped to a bug about implementing that.2. You write:> -> i mark this as DUPEMEWhy? *Before* filing a bug, watch out if it hasn't already been reported. There's no point in filing a DUPEME bug.> . mark it as blocking bug 12578That has *what* to do with NTLM authentication?> sorry for the spamYeah, indeed. This bug is useless.Verifying duplicate.
I'm the culprit for the typo on "DUPME", I meant "DUPEME" and forgot to remove
it when I added comment 2.
Sorry for the lack of line breaks earlier. Blame it on Safari.Olivier, "DUPEME" doesn't make sense when a bug has just been filed.
Soren ? It makes sense, it means someone is trying to find the proper dupe and
tell other triagers "don't lose your time on this bug report, someone is taking
care of it".
Once I found the dupe, I mentioned it and forgot to remove "DUPEME".
I knew it was a dupe from the original report (I'm not the reporter) as this is
If DUPEME is used in another way, please let me know.
I'd say "DUPEME" means "someone find a dupe, I know / am 99% sure there is one
but can't find it".
In this case, the original reporter added that status whiteboard keyword, which
makes it rather pointless (if you know a bug is a dupe when filing it, don't
file it in the first place; try and find the other bug and eventually ask for
help from others).
I thought *you* added the "DUPEME", so my previous comment is wrong anyway.
"dupme" means : I'm sure that this bug is a dupe but I can't find it or i don't
have time. Only triagers should add such a line.
The reporter should not add such a line because that means that his bug report