On Wed, 17 Mar 2010 14:25:11 -0600, Mikhail T. <email@example.com>
> 17.03.2010 15:38, Jeremy Messenger ():
>> On Mon, 01 Mar 2010 23:32:53 -0600, Mikhail T.
>> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>>> After upgrading to firefox-3.6 (from 3.5.8) I am no longer able to
>>> connect to anything over SSL -- the spinner spins forever, but no
>>> content is loaded.
>>> Other browsers (Konqueror, Opera) work on the same machine
>>> (7.2-stable/amd64), so it is not the network... Ever heard of this
>>> before? Thanks,
>> Haven't heard from any users in gnome@ and I don't use Firefox. We
>> don't maintain gecko ports anymore, which gecko@ has taken over. You
>> might want to talk with them about it.
> I noticed also, that thunderbird is not really working over SSL either
> -- only the first IMAPS connection succeeds. The subsequent ones claim a
> timeout, while the server logs a message stating, that a client
> "disconnected without attempting authentication".
> Using linux-firefox works from the same desktop, so it is not about
> network setup :-(
> Something is wrong with nss, I fear...
Default nss from ports tree or your own patch?
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