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    Default Suse and Citibank

    Citibank does not let me sign in when using Suse. No problem when using XP

    Has anybody experienced this?

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    Default Re: Suse and Citibank

    I just been using SUSE only a few weeks now. My internet was slow until I got rid of IPV6 stuff. I tried logging into my citizen bank online and had know problems, I used FireFox.

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    Default Re: Suse and Citibank

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    Have a URL?

    Good luck.





    storo13 wrote:
    > Citibank does not let me sign in when using Suse. No problem when using
    > XP
    >
    > Has anybody experienced this?
    >
    >

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    Default Re: Suse and Citibank

    If you have a windows machine, try using Firefox. If you can login, there is a linux problem. If you can't, then CitiBank are one of those that use only IE and windows, so complain to them.

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    Default Re: Suse and Citibank

    Quote Originally Posted by whych View Post
    If you have a windows machine, try using Firefox. If you can login, there is a linux problem. If you can't, then CitiBank are one of those that use only IE and windows, so complain to them.
    No CITI Bank is not one of those that use only IE. I regularly keep using my CITI Bank account from opensuse 11.1, firefox and have no problems of any kind till now....

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    Default Re: Suse and Citibank

    Here is the URL for Citibank:

    https://online.citibank.com/US/JPS/portal/Index.do

    Apparently working in Ubuntu

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    Default Re: Suse and Citibank

    Quote Originally Posted by storo13
    Here is the URL for Citibank:

    https://online.citibank.com/US/JPS/portal/Index.do

    Apparently working in Ubuntu
    Hi
    Install the httpfox add-in and start it before going to the link and
    see if that highlights any issues for you. I can get to the above link
    ok with 3.5.2

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    Default Re: Suse and Citibank

    Malcolm adjusted his/her AFDB on Sunday 16 Aug 2009 03:02 to write:

    >
    Quote Originally Posted by storo13
    > Here is the URL for Citibank:
    >
    > https://online.citibank.com/US/JPS/portal/Index.do
    >
    > Apparently working in Ubuntu
    >
    > Hi
    > Install the httpfox add-in and start it before going to the link and
    > see if that highlights any issues for you. I can get to the above link
    > ok with 3.5.2
    >


    I can get there without that addon Malcolm with 3.5.2, however I must admit
    that recently my FF has become quite unstable for some reason and a lot of
    site crash it where I could use them before i have disabled nearly every
    addon/plugin/theme etc.. but still get unexpected total crashes, I think it
    is one of my players as npviewer/plugin segs on me quite often.


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    Default Re: Suse and Citibank

    Suse put "SUSE" as the default browser identifier in Firefox, it might be that.

    The problem is that some (lazy or simply under-educated) web programmers use the ID string to identify the browser which causes the problem.

    Plus suse shouldn't do that as a default!

    Sorry I've forgotten how to change it but it should be in the forum here somewhere, I remember a discussion about it a year or so back.

    It's in the Firefox config thing that you type into the address box (sorry, completely forgot how to do that!).
    HP dv6645, Nvidia 8400m-gs, KDE 4.

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    Default Re: Suse and Citibank

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    There's a User Agent Switcher add-on for FF.

    Good luck.





    growbag wrote:
    > Suse put "SUSE" as the default browser identifier in Firefox, it might
    > be that.
    >
    > The problem is that some (lazy or simply under-educated) web
    > programmers use the ID string to identify the browser which causes the
    > problem.
    >
    > Plus suse shouldn't do that as a default!
    >
    > Sorry I've forgotten how to change it but it should be in the forum
    > here somewhere, I remember a discussion about it a year or so back.
    >
    > It's in the Firefox config thing that you type into the address box
    > (sorry, completely forgot how to do that!).
    >
    >

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