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[REBOL] Re: Some very very strange behaviors

From: luca:truffarelli:it at: 28-Sep-2004 10:00

> If you have a router on your local network, check to make sure that it is > not stopping multiple requests. Also, some anti-virus software like > McAfee > and Norton Antivirus have settings set by default to block what appear to > be malicious scripts. Also, your ISP may also be performing some kind of > filtering or blocking. I would check all of these.
I have the same problem connecting thru my company Proxy, thru ADSL, thru dialup. Then I also tryed to disable the local firewall and the Antivirus programms.
> If you cannot reinstall your TCP stack on XP, you may need to log in as > administrator or a user with administrator rights. If you restart your > machine in safe mode (by pressing F8 before you get to the Windows XP > splash screen during boot up), you can log in as administrator there, > although I've never tried to reinstall the TCP stack in safe mode (it may > not be allowed, even as administrator).
I read that in XP the TCP could not be reinstalled because it is core component. Anyway I just discovered I trick that let it work... but it only complicate the problem: If I set "trace/net true" before starting the 'read it never stop with a timeout. 8-| While if I reproduce the problem (executing the 'read 10 times without the trace/net) and then set "trace/net true" it stops there:
>> aa: read
URL Parse: none none none none none Net-log: ["Opening" "tcp" "for" "HTTP"] connecting to: Aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaah! ...ehm ehm... excuse me :-)