[TriLUG] NCSECU website
jwheeler at etherealfringe.com
Fri Mar 9 15:44:01 EST 2007
Under OS X 10.4 Intel (openssl-0.9.7) everything loads nice and
quick. Looks good in Camino and Safari.
On Mar 9, 2007, at 3:37 PM, Brian Daniels wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 09, 2007 at 02:04:53PM -0500, Andrew Perrin wrote:
>> I'm wondering if someone more skilled at web stuff than I am can
>> take a
>> look at the NC State Employees Credit Union website,
>> http://www.ncsecu.org. I've always used it just fine from linux using
>> firefox/iceweasel as the browser; suddenly this week, I can't
>> access it
>> using linux but it works fine from a windows session within vmware
>> on the
>> same machine. This is aggravating, of course, but I don't even
>> know how to
>> begin diagnosing it and I have a nagging suspicion that the IT people
>> there won't want to spend much time on it either. Any ideas what
>> might be
> I've been investigating this one for a bit and contacting SECU's
> They're aware, although they don't have a fix. Interestingly,
> Firefox on
> Windows Vista has the same issue.
> In my tests, systems that use openssl-0.9.8 have the issue, systems on
> openssl-0.9.7 don't. So on this FC5 box, no browser I tried (Firefox,
> Konqueror, Lynx) can access the site. Same on my FC6 box at home.
> An old FC3 box I have here worked fine.
> Booting Knoppix 5.1.1 on my machine reproduces the problem.
> Knoppix 4.0.2 (with
> the older SSL lib) works fine on the same hardware and network
> This seems cut-and-dried, except that others on the list are using
> the later
> versions without problems. :-(
> SECU's still working on it, and the Vista impact gives me hope that
> it will be
> fixed and not written off.
> Be it thy course to busy giddy minds
> With foreign quarrels; that action, hence borne out,
> May waste the memory of the former days.
> Henry IV, Part 2
> Brian Daniels bitmage at bellsouth.net
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