From Bugzilla Helper: User-Agent: Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux 2.2.12-20 i686; en-US; 0.6) Gecko/20001205 BuildID: 0.6 - Sometimes occurs when going back to slashdot after reading another site. - Sometimes occurs when going into the science.pl section Reproducible: Sometimes Steps to Reproduce: Enter slashdot.org into the web address bar thingy click on one of the section names on the left side bar or go to various articles, and click back to return and watch it eventually blow up. Actual Results: jar:resource:///chrome/comm.jar!/content/necko/redirect_loop.xul gets loaded. Expected Results: Gone to the relevant section/article. I have a proxy between me and the net. A possibility is that mozilla is misunderstanding some response from the proxy??? It would be very nice if one could disable this infinite loop detection feature until it works. I view this as a major bug as it prevents me from using Mozilla in frustration, and I go back to Netscape 4.61. I prefer mozilla because of its cookie blocking features and its speed.
This is a dup! What was the number? Hm, trying to locate! Friendly, HJ.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
I've noticed that just before the bug occurs mozilla prints "sending request to" the wrong place (ie a URL that has nothing to do with this page, but may have been read recently).
Do you know that domain? Please write it down, and file it here!
Say I go to http://www.fair.org/counterspin/index.html, and click on the "Latest Broadcast URL" which is at http://www.webactive.com/webactive/cspin. Instead of sending the request there, mozilla says "Sending request to www.fair.org" when it fails, but "Sending request to www.webactive.com" when it succeeds.
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