Rogers Breaks DNS

Zbigniew Koziol softquake-Re5JQEeQqe8AvxtiuMwx3w at
Mon Jul 21 07:32:39 UTC 2008

> PS: On the good side, when I tried to
> and got a 500 error, it
> was a Red Hat/Apache system that was doing the duty. So at least there's
> some use of Linux servers in Rogers, which is more than I could ever
> find at Bell.

In older, better times, it was possible to configure browsers to
display generic server response, with server error pages. Oh... OK,
who cares... ? Well, I do. As a web developer, I do care. Now, all
this is messed up. Not by Rogers only. Firefox also is not
configurable for that anymore...

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