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regarding noscript ABE prevents the use of CUPS web interface
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Package: xul-ext-noscript

I have installed CUPS 1.4.4-7 on a computer named "advance9"
I have changed cupsd.conf to allow access to printers over the
ethernet interface (but not wireless interface) of "advance9".

diff cupsd.conf.default cupsd.conf
< # "$Id: 8805 2009-08-31 16:34:06Z mike $"
> # Also listen for connections to address advance9 (IPv4 & IPv6 on eth0).
> Listen advance9:631
< # Show shared printers on the local network.
> # Enable printer sharing and shared printers.
> BrowseRemoteProtocols CUPS
> BrowseAddress @LOCAL
< # Restrict access to the server...
>   # Allow shared printing...
>   Allow @LOCAL
< # End of "$Id: 8805 2009-08-31 16:34:06Z mike $".

"advance9" has iceweasel 3.5.15 with the noscript add on.
I can access page http://advance9:631/ (iceweasel uses IPv6), however
1)  two images are not shown and if I try view image I get the error
    Request {GET http://advance9:631/images/left.gif <<< http://advance9:631/, 
http://advance9:631/} filtered by ABE: <LOCAL> Deny
    I can display http://advance9:631/images/left.gif if I copy the address 
    into the URL bar
2)  View/Page Source gives a blank page
3)  I also get an ABE error message if I try local links such as "Overview of 
    but not remote links such as "User Forum".

I think it the problem may be related to translating advance9 to an IP address
as I don't have the problem if I access http://localhost:631/

Here is a description of my name resolution.

/etc/hosts includes the lines                 advance9
2002:5245:2db4:1::c0a8:0203      advance9

n.b. is a Dynamic DNS provider, bnsrobson is my username with them

Commands ping and ping6 both use the address from /etc/hosts for both and advance9.

DNS look up does not give these addresses. advance9 does not resolve. gives a different IPv4 address and no IPv6 address.

nslookup -q=any advance9 gives
** server can't find advance9: NXDOMAIN

nslookup -q=any gives

Non-authoritative answer:      mail exchanger = 0 .

Authoritative answers can be found from: nameserver = nameserver = nameserver =

n.b. is the current address of the wireless interface used
to access the Internet. returns this for and
for <anything>

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On Thu, Mar 03, 2011 at 06:31:49PM +0100, arno wrote:

> can you reproduce the bug with latest version from unstable ?

Seems like the OP didn’t reply in the last two years, and I’m not able
to reproduce the issue either, or I didn’t understood how to trigger it.

I’m thus closing this bug, it can still be reopened if needed.



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