[Fwd: Re: [SATLUG] Verizon feeding ads on URL errors]
hc at lookcee.com
Tue Jun 3 08:47:00 CDT 2008
Dennis Myhand wrote:
> I saw and read both of your replies Herb.
Thanks Dennis, the problem was my IP, mail was out for 3hours but
everything else worked. then my in-box filled up showing the time
correctly so nothing was lost.
I was bit nervous with the temp @ 100 outside and 95 inside w/o AC. This
old P-IV rig ran last summer when it got to 100 inside but it is now
another year older.
> herb cee wrote:
>> I sent this reply at 4:41 and a reply to chris 'Broken CPU pin
>> thread, at 4:53. Neither has appeared on the SATLUG list .... can
>> someone tell me why? the copy made it to my sent folder using
>> Thunderbird ....
>> Thanks herb
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>> Date: Mon, 02 Jun 2008 16:41:48 -0500
>> From: herb cee <hc at lookcee.com>
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>> Don Crowder wrote:
>>> When I make an error in typing a URL into the browser address bar I
>>> get a page of garbage from Verizon instead of an ordinary "page not
>>> found" page. For example, here's a screenshot of the page I get if
>>> I manually type in the URL for google but leave out the 'dot' before
>>> the 'com':
>> Yeah I would love to know also since I am getting same thing and also
>> dunno how to even google the question. I am still running Ubuntu 7.10
>> on a 1.7 P-IV with Nivida card 5200 and 5port intranet router.
>> getting ready to move on to 8.10 just have to make a new partition
>> and back up my files bout 9gig so not bad.
>> This makes me wonder about several distros including FireFox 3.0 beta
>> to replace the 220.127.116.11 currently installed that is now hanging hard
>> freeze on any opening of a RSS feed page that began few days ago.
>>> I'm really annoyed about this but I'm also aware than I haven't
>>> enough education to understand the full implications of what's
>>> taking place so I'd greatly appreciate a newbie-friendly analysis
>>> with an explanation of the ramifications.
>> Yeah, ditto that
>>> Yes, in case you're wondering, I'm trying to take advantage of your
>>> IT knowledge and experience (since I have almost none) but if I use
>>> the information in my ezine or a blog rant I'll give you due
>>> credit. :)
>> I only give credit first 3 times I pass it on after that .... it's up
>> for grabs, lol
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