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Re: On mac (running, but...)

From: Jeff Dripps <jeff@macalot.com>
Date: Fri, 5 Jul 1996 10:05:33 -0400
Message-Id: <v01540b00ae02cc145e49@[]>
To: lmd@tiac.net (Laurens Dorsey)
Cc: www-jigsaw@w3.org
>With 2 recommended changes to .jigidx and move of out file to inside Jigsaw
>folder, builds and runs fine.
>Get "broken pipe"(Mac Netscape)/"unexpected network read error"(lynx on
>ultrix) errors on many attempts to access links (first problem link is the
>configuration tutorial link on the home page).

Yes, I am seeing many broken pipe errors myself. I originally suspected
that this was due to a bug in the net/io of the Java runtime on the
macintosh, but if you are seeing this on lynx too, then perhaps that is not
the problem at all.
It appears to me that the (persistant) socket is being closed prematurely
or that there is a (timing) problem within the socket close method (just a

>Is the configure-properties form/resource actually available?  Don't see it
>in Admin?

There is no physical .html file in the Admin folder but the URL /Admin
should still bring up the administration resource page containing all of
the admin forms. If you get broken pipe errors just keep trying the link
over and over. I have found that I can *finally* get to every link in the
admin, configuration and the tutorials if I am persistant. I have also
found this problem (of broken pipe errors) is much worse whenever the
server and browser reside on the same machine (at least on the mac
platform). In this case many of the links are simply inaccessable.

>Any recommendations on how to configure server in lieu of configprop form
>and does that have any effect on "broken pipes"? problems.
>Spectacular beginning on this (easy as the proverbial pie).

No, not at this point. If I make any break throughs, I will pass them along.

Perhaps Anselm has some thoughts or suggestions here. sinc, -jeff
Received on Friday, 5 July 1996 10:05:51 UTC

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