I'm finding increasingly difficult to download Netsurf test builds
these days. Sometimes I need 3 or 4 attempts. Is this a common problem?
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NetSurf works very well over a domestic-type connection, dial-up or adsl, as
we all know, but I can't get it to work through our proxy server at school.
It will log on to the proxy; I can read webmails held on the proxy too, but I
can't get beyond it. One possibility is that it can't find a name server
(though the host machine has these set correctly) and another possibility is
that I have misconfigured NetSurf itself. (It has to log on to the proxy in
a multi-user environment; no good to have the user and password specified in
the Choices file). I've tried many edits of the Choices file, but no success.
Part of the problem (maybe all of it) is that the network configuration
disappeared when the config GUI was rewritten a month or two back, and the
help file -er- doesn't.
I don't want to launch into full tedious details of the symptoms without
first being sure I've got its networking correctly configured. Are there any
plans to reinstate a network page? Or is proxying a known issue?
Best regards to all
Gary Locock, Network Manager, Bablake Junior School
Coundon Road, Coventry CV1 4AU
School Website: http://www.bablakejs.co.uk
Private mail: g a r y (at) l o c o c k . c o . u k
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On 22 Mar 2006, John Tytgat wrote:
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> Tony Moore <old_coaster(a)yahoo.co.uk> wrote:
> > I tried to report this via the bug-tracker, but it won't accept the
> > zipped log, 263KB. Would anyone like me to send it to them direct?
> Zip/archive/gzip/... the log file first.
The size of the log file is 8MB.
Zipping reduces it to 263KB, and GZip further reduces that to 258KB.
Not a significant difference.
Again, would anyone like me to send it to them direct?
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>> have downloaded and installed this module again with no change. I am now
>> stuck. Help please.
>Please install Iconv properly by merging the provided boot sequence with
So I, too, am repeating a mistake, perhaps in the same way as Graham.
Anyone care to suggest, perhaps off-list to preserve our developers'
equilibrium, where we might have gone awry with the installation of
iconv, which we have successfully managed until now?
tel 020 8949 0708 / mob 079 5620 0176/ fax 087 1243 9075
Using MPro4, I double-clicked on an HTML file which was attached to an
email from Guardian Unlimited. The page seemed to load, but then NetSurf
crashed, requesting the log to be submitted.
I tried to report this via the bug-tracker, but it won't accept the
zipped log, 263KB. Would anyone like me to send it to them direct?
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I used to be able to use Netsurf, however recently when I run the latest
version I get an error "Failed reading Aliases file". My investigations so
far indicate that this is caused by the Iconv module (v.0.07 11 Feb 06). I
have downloaded and installed this module again with no change. I am now
stuck. Help please.
Graham N P Jenkins graham(a)gjenkins.me.uk
I have had Netsurf working in the past, but about the same time as Iconv
changed, I changed a hard disc and did some rearrangement, and then troubles
appeared. I then had trouble downloading the latest version. Today I
succeeded in getting the latest version via the alternative URL james gave.
I then attempted a completely clean installation, making sure that I had the
latest versions of the extra items specified on the source forge site.
I can not get it to run. I get "Internal Error Abort on Data Transfer". This
occurs at a consistent address providing that the machine is in a consistent
*addr says that the adress is in the Module Read Write Area.
I then tried to use Reporter to establish where the error is occuring.
The Boot File runs OK
The Run File completes as far the RMEnsure Tinct commands, and then appears
to crash somewhere in the RMEnsure Iconv Commands.
If I try loading the module by double clicking it I get the same error.
Module Length is 25296 and header is Iconv 0.07 11 Feb 2006
and I have merged !boot
My Machine is a Strongarm RiscPC running 4.39
Any Suggestions Please
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Here's a summary of changes in the week ending yesterday:
* Parallel fetches from the same site.
* Daniel Silverstone and Rob Kendrick have been working on a Linux user
interface for NetSurf (dsilvers and rjek in the Recent CVS Activity). This
is usable, although more work is needed. To try it you will need to download
or checkout the source and compile it.
Please test the latest version
Bugs should be reported to the bug tracker
Just been to the Iyonix site and wanted to print out the specs of the
various machines... I see you've not yet sorted out the printing problems
Picture elements printed okay but the textural content blank... tried a
couple of settings... Blank.
NetSurf (13 Feb 2006 00:30)
Printer: HP LaserJet 5P Prints okay from other browsers.
Machine: SARPC Select 4.39 with plenty of RAM.