Problem with the forum using Chrome

Not sure where to post things like these:

Each time I get an email notification about a reply in a subscribed thread and I click the link (the one ending with ?goto=newpost), the browser (Chrome) tells me:

Duplicate headers received from server

Hide details
The response from the server contained duplicate headers. This problem is generally the result of a misconfigured website or proxy. Only the website or proxy administrator can fix this issue.

After I go to the main forum and then back to the email and click the link - the message is gone.

I hope someone can look into it and fix it.

This should be reported to the admin team directly, or reported in our Forums Feedback subforum. I’ll move this accordingly and alert them for you.

After reading this again, I think it may be a Chrome-specific quirk. Moving to Applications.

Thank you very much. I couldn’t find that one.

Just to add: it seems to happen only when I haven’t visited the forum for some hours. Right now for example it didn’t happen. I think it might be session-related, not Chrome.

I haven’t experienced this using FF.

Moved from Install/Boot/Login.

As the OP may have guessed (because of lack of other problem reports with this much used feature on the forums) it is not something generaly experienced. Thus it seems to be Chrome related.

As the keyword “Chrome” is missing in the thread title, not many Chrome users will tume in here I am afraid. I will change the title in the hope that Chrome users will share their experience in having this problem or not.

Thank you Henk.

More feedback:

I tested this:

  1. Clear all cookies for
  2. Click the ?goto=newpost link in email

Result: Duplicate headers error

  1. Go to and login
  2. Go back to email and click the ?goto link

Result: No error

It seems both Chrome and session related.

I am still experiencing this problem (now in Chromium).

A few minutes ago just as I was trying to post a reply, the forum site seemed down for some minutes and I got logged off. Then I clicked the Login on top right and Chromium said:

This webpage has a redirect loop

ReloadHide details
The webpage at has resulted in too many redirects. Clearing your cookies for this site or allowing third-party cookies may fix the problem. If not, it is possibly a server configuration issue and not a problem with your computer.

So I had to login in Firefox to type this. Now I can’t login in Chromium at all (although in the last days and weeks I could without problem).

Somehow I could reach this page (in Chromium):

The site wouldn’t accept 3 of my login attempts, so i decided not to risk the other two but write here (in Firefox) instead.

I made an experiment to click “Register” instead of login and going to gave:

Sorry, registration has been disabled by the administrator.

More feedback:

I opened chromium settings and deleted all cookies for all domains containing the (sub)string “suse”. Then I clicked the Login link and amazing - I didn’t even need to login, I was already logged in.

Really weird. Normally when you delete cookies for a domain you are logged out of all sessions. I wonder how this thing here works and whether I should report a bug to Chromium devs.

My understanding is that we actually login at “”. If you did not delete that cookie, you are still logged in. But this may require a chain of redirects which sometimes goes wrong.

Something definitely goes wrong as I continue to experience the issue. This is the only site on which I see it.

Today I am able to login (redirected to and to post without getting error messages.

I’ve seen occasional problems with re-logging on this board from FF also. Shutting down browser and re logging seems to work. I think it is mostly when you get timed out and try to relog. Does not happen too much here but I’m not the sort of person that keeps the browser running all the time. :stuck_out_tongue:

It has just happened again (the problem described in the OP). I restarted Chromium from console but couldn’t see any header related error messages:

Fontconfig error: Cannot load default config file
[3381:3401:1110/] Error obtaining KWallet handle

I have this issue with Chromium-Browser Version 49.0.2623.110 (64-bit) on OpenSUSE Tumbleweed with current updates installed. No problem in Firefox.

Tried clearing all ‘opensuse’- related cookies, no help.

Please advise.

This is still happening.

I wonder if anyone is looking into it?

What email are we talking about?