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Thread: Openbenchmarking.org main page is damaged

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    Default Openbenchmarking.org main page is damaged



    Translation from German:
    XML-processing error: is not correctly marked up
    Adress: openbenchmarking.org
    Line:63 Position: 3629

    Happens every time I reload the page. I do not block ads.

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    Ok, issue no longer exists.

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    Default Can't find way 2 Register

    Quote Originally Posted by brosis View Post
    Ok, issue no longer exists.
    Hi, I am compleete noob here, but when I try register for OpenBench, it simply says...
    "HTTPS / SSL support is only available to those who are logged into an OpenBenchmarking.org user account.
    So catch-22, I dunno.
    What to do, anyone?? Thanks in advance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spod View Post
    Hi, I am compleete noob here, but when I try register for OpenBench, it simply says...
    "HTTPS / SSL support is only available to those who are logged into an OpenBenchmarking.org user account.
    So catch-22, I dunno.
    What to do, anyone?? Thanks in advance.
    For me, it creates new user, sends confirmation email, but every time I click on link and am rerouted to openbenchmarking site, I can't login due to "incorrect password".
    And if I try to recover password, I get reset password link all-right, but it then claims I need to confirm account before I register.

    I have doublechecked that by creating two users and its all same.

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    Default Isshoo Re-Solved.

    Quote Originally Posted by Spod View Post
    Hi, I am compleete noob here, but when I try register for OpenBench, it simply says...
    "HTTPS / SSL support is only available to those who are logged into an OpenBenchmarking.org user account.
    So catch-22, I dunno.
    What to do, anyone?? Thanks in advance.
    Problem solved, maybe it was my aggressive Firefox screening (e.g. noscript).
    Cheers!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Spod View Post
    Problem solved, maybe it was my aggressive Firefox screening (e.g. noscript).
    Cheers!
    Sorry, have you tried creating new user? The password is apparently wrongly saved on site, so when you confirm and try to login - you don't get through. Ie, look at my post above. :/

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