[SATLUG] Southwest Airlines Web Site

Justin Burdette justin.burdette at gmail.com
Sat Feb 19 02:30:37 CST 2011


I had the same problem in Chromium on Ubuntu 10.10 the other day.

On Feb 19, 2011, at 2:16, Charles Hogan <cd_satl at futuretechsolutions.com> wrote:

> *WARNING - LITTLE TOO MUCH WINE TONIGHT
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> SWA probably hired some contractor that's too f'ng stupid to know that something other than MS exists.
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> On 02/19/2011 01:49 AM, Bruce Dubbs wrote:
>> hc at lookcee.com wrote:
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>>> I have tried three browsers (Seamonkey, Forefox, Konqueror) trying to
>>> access www.southwest.com and can't make the search for flights work.
>>> Does the site work satisfactorily for anyoune on a Linux box?
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>>> I did try IE and it works, but it quickly became unresponsive and I'd
>>> never trust CC info with IE anyway.
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>>> Bruce it appears to work with firefox on U-10.04.
>>> I will do a specific search for u if u wish I am bit sleepless.
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>> Thanks Herb, but I just wanted to know if it worked. I checked to see if
>> I was blocking any scripts and I'm not. Cookies are enabled.
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>> I tried these combinations:
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>> Ubuntu 7.04/Firefox
>> LFS/Konqueror
>> LFS/Firefox 3.0
>> LFS/Seamonkey 1.11
>> Rocks 5.1/Firefox 3.0
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>> All had the same thing. When clicking on a line edit entry or calendar
>> entry, there was no response. Manual input and clicking on submit gives
>> an error that it didn't receive manually typed in info. It says Oops.
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>> It's funny. The site used to work fine.
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>> American, United, Priceline, Orbiz, etc all work fine.
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>> -- Bruce
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