Re: Linux Forums unreachable.

On Fri, February 19, 2010 06:01, Ray Parrish wrote:

Is anyone else having trouble accessing the Linux Forms? Here is what I
get -

>Network Timeout

>The server at is taking too long to respond.

>The requested site did not respond to a connection request and the
browser has >stopped waiting for a reply.

I get a daily email from them with head lines, and forum post subjects
as links, and every time I try to click one, I get the can't be reached

A useful tool to check if the problem is at your end is

Seems like it's just at your end.

A friend of mine has a motto: "Everything is a freaking DNS problem". It's
actually printed on the back of his company tees. :-)
So first check your DNS server. Are you using the DNS that your ISP
provides? Try OpenDNS and or Google DNS: and
Then come back with the results.


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