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Louis_O_
Beginner
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Broken Link

Not sure were to post this, but this link :

https://www.intel.com/content/dam/support/us/en/multimedia/server-products/server-boards/7059/index....

is currently broken. And we use this utility alot in our datacenters

 

thanks

 

EDIT : ScreenShot : https://dl.plik.ovh/file/n3eMc3lq3G79fBKa/B2eGFEI2LiEfEDIg/intelwebsite.png

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Harold_G_Intel
Employee
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Hi,

I did see the issue you reported but it seems to be working now.  Can you  try again please.

Regards, Hal

Intel(R) Developer Zone Support

https://software.intel.com
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gaston-hillar
Black Belt
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Louis,

The Web page is rendering OK in my browser.

Louis_O_
Beginner
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Well at our datacenters (OVH), we are still using an old version of firefox (38.5.0) and the page does not render correctly. It used to maybe a month or 2 ago.

I have also tested it at home with firefox 53.0.3 and get the same results. The page does not render correctly. I have added a screenshot to the original post

Louis_O_
Beginner
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I have updated the original post with a screenshot

Cesare_R_Intel
Employee
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Hi – it seems that some of the browsers’ compatibility was lost, I.E is working fine. I’ll have to notify the tool owner.

 

Thanks for reporting this.

 

Louis_O_
Beginner
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Well that's unfortunate :P we use linux in our DC and only use firefox. Please notify when the issue can be resolve. The tool is very usefull

TimP
Black Belt
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I follow the recommendation from Intel to use pale moon browser to cover the case where linux prevents Firefox from updating.

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