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From George Gallen <>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] IE closing connection with PERL CGI output
Date Mon, 23 Sep 2002 19:41:11 GMT
I used wget in unix to grab one of the pages, and saw this near the end:
value="checkbox">Hall and Oats - I Can't Go For That <br
&#0;├░├┐EURr="left"><input type="checkbox" name="Happy Mondays - Freaky 

Looks like I got some junk on the Hall & Oats...


-----Original Message-----
From: George Gallen []
Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 3:21 PM
To: ''
Subject: RE: [users@httpd] IE closing connection with PERL CGI output

Have you tried doing a View Source on the browser (if it will let you), and 
verify that the entire page loaded as expected? that there arn't any
coding (maybe using an OnLoad..) that somehow calls the same page? 


>-----Original Message----- 
>From: Matthew Warren [
<> ] 
>Sent: Monday, September 23, 2002 3:19 PM 
>Subject: Re: [users@httpd] IE closing connection with PERL CGI output 
>Ok, I have tried, 
>installing XP SP1, 
>Installine IE6 SP1, 
>Running Mozilla 1.2 
>The only vague success is mozilla 1.2. It still fails to load the page 
>correctly most of the time (Usually incomplete page, but no other 
>corruption), but does not exhibit the 'craziness' of IE6. 
>I really am at a loss. My suspicions have all been based 
>arounf the fact I 
>am on the same machine as the server, but this has proved incorrect as 
>someone pointed out earlier that they also saw the problems 
>when conecting 
>through a proxy, but did not see them when no proxy was involved. 
>My guess is that its something to do with a difference in the 
>had between the browser/proxy and the server when either 
>1) the access is from behind a proxy 
>2) the acceess is on the local LAN 
>and the access is from a remote IE6 client not behind a firewall. 
>I have done various file transfer tests to/from the machine on 
>the local 
>LAN, and watched netstat -e -s stats, they report no TCP 
>errors, or errors 
>in any other protocol. 
>I am going to try new network card drivers next, although I am 
>not convinced 
>this will help..... 
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