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I have searched the forums and have tried a few different things with no success. What I am running into is that on my Mandriva 2007, and Fedora Core 6 ...
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- 03-26-2007 #1
- Join Date
- Mar 2007
Internet does not load pages completely or not at all
My machine is a Pentium 4, 3.0 ghz, 1 gb RAM
Currently my machine is getting the DNS servers from my router via DHCP the DNS servers are 188.8.131.52 and 184.108.40.206 Thanks for the help in advance. This problem may have been solved in other forums and if you know of any I would be happy to know about them also.
- 03-27-2007 #2
I can imagine that it could also have to do with browser techniques.
If your behind a crappy proxy or if the Web server on the other end does have problems, it depends on your browser to poll often enough to get the data downloaded.
I have for example an older version 7.22 Opera browser that runs on FreeBSD.
That browser gets often stuck on pages that download quite faster with another Mozilla browser. Often that opera browser gets stuck also on images only. Those images load very fast with wget, for example.
I would first try different browsers or simple download programs like wget to get a better picture what is going on.Bus Error: Passengers dumped. Hech gap yo'q.
- 03-29-2007 #3
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- Mar 2007
No Luck yet
I have tried a different browser specifically 'Epiphany Web Browser' I received the same thing. I am not familiar with the other programs that you mentioned. I am also not aware of any specific proxies or anything. We are on a corporate LAN here with about 20 computers and the only ones that have troubles are my Linux boxes when connecting to certain sites.
- 03-29-2007 #4
The other program I mentioned is "wget". It downloads Web content but doesn't display it. Use is like "wget http://www.yahoo.co.uk" and it'll download the "index.html" page.
You can download every file with it, but easiest way for a beginner to check is downloading an image file.
On a page that is only visible with Windows select the URL of an image file, write it down or pass it to the Linux PC and download that image with wget.
If this works, it might be a browser problem.
If this fails, try to get the IP adresses of the Web sites that fail with the program "nslookup", e.g.
Addresses: 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168
Check if there are some similarities among those IP addresses.
You could also post the URLs of those Webpages that fail to see if other forum members can access them or not.
Occasionally, my daughter gets excluded from Web pages with Flash with the error message she would have the right version of Flash or Flash not have been installed at all what is wrong in both cases.
Examining the HTML code I can sometimes overcome this hurdle but often not or it is too tedious.Bus Error: Passengers dumped. Hech gap yo'q.