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    I would like to know what happens to the main page of ?

    Red Hat Enterprise Linux Test Page
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  • #2
    Press Refresh in your browser on the domain


    • #3
      I pressed on the Refresh many times and still it shows this page. However, when I use a special proxy the normal page appears. Without the proxy, the "Red Hat Enterprise Linux Test Page" appears.
      Last edited by BoYagoob; Wed 8 Feb '06, 12:05am.


      • #4
        It appears that a wrong module was perhaps loaded. We're looking into this and the matter is resolved.


        • #5
          Now it is working fine with me when I enter; however, the test page still appears on


          • #6
            You mean .. it still does so - today?

            I will poke our site developers to look into this.


            • #7
              A proxy may have cached that page and is refusing to give you an updated version. Unfortunately nothing we can do about that as it's not in our control.


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