From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux 2.2.10 i686; en-US; m15) BuildID: 2000042621 At work we have several test servers that do not run on port 80, so we have host names with a :8080 etc.. on the end. With these, a value entered in to the URL box at the top will work but none of the relative links with the fetched page work. They all give host unknown. Reproducible: Always Steps to Reproduce: 1.Go to URL 2.Try a link. 3. Actual Results: Host not found error appears Expected Results: Fetches the required link
We're going to need a test server on the internet to check this...
http://atlas.esrin.esa.it:8000/ is an example, and the links there work fine in a current (2000-05-03-08) linux nightly build.
does this happen only when you leave off the http://, or does it always happen?
http://atlas.esrin.esa.it:8000/ on 2000050412 under linux WORKSFORME also. firstname.lastname@example.org - can you confirm that this is still occuring with a later build. If so, is it possible to post a non-sensitive html document, with the url you are using to call it as a test case? (Suspect BASE HREF is not set at the moment). Recommend WORKSFORME.
Made a few more tests and further investigation here.. Seems to be more of a re-direct problem. Most of the URL get re-directed with local paths such as http:/new/page/stuff. This may be the actual problem.
marking worsforme, please open anothe rbug for that redirection thing.
massive update for QA contact.
Reassigning QA Contact for all open and unverified bugs previously under Lorca's care to Gerardo as per phone conversation this morning.
qa contact updated.
Verified on: build: 2001-04-09-11-Mtrunk Platform: Win 2000 http://atlas.esrin.esa.it:8000/ site loads fine.
SPAM. HTML Element component deprecated, changing component to Layout. See bug 88132 for details.