and firefox on fedora 16?

Jonathan Kamens jik at
Thu Nov 3 20:45:05 UTC 2011

On 11/03/2011 04:35 PM, Michael Cronenworth wrote:
> The price is ASCII text embedded in the HTML page.
Actually, if I understood correctly, what I believe he said was that the 
price data was fetched and inserted into the page by JavaScript, and the 
JavaScript code in question was unable to resolve the host name it 
needed to contact to fetch the price.
> There is no mythical IPv6 monster eating your bytes. I hate that this
> "disabling IPv6 fixed it" myth exists.
If the host has an IPv6 address, and if either (a) the IPv6 address 
isn't reachable or (b) there's something messed up in the IPv6 
configuration on your end, such that /no/ IPv6 address is reachable, 
then it's entirely plausible that disabling IPv6 could fix an issue like 


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