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I have ubuntu 13.04 and i have a problem loading just one page, every other work normally. The page is "moodle.pmfst.hr", i tried to open it in google chrome, firefox and opera but none would load it. Page is working fine, because i asked my sister to try to load it and she said she have no problems with it.

I reinstalled java, installed nginx, MySQL, PHP. Reset Browser settings, enabel/disable cookies, enable/disable "Predict network actions to improve page load performance" But no help from that. Any ideas? Thanks.

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The page znani.pmfst.hr/informatika1 seems to indicate that you might need to log in some-how before you can access the page. I don't know what you need to do. But I guess this isn't a Ubuntu specific problem. –  MadMike Oct 15 '13 at 11:54
    
it shouldn't be "znani.pmfst.hr/informatika1", it stands for informatics and i need physics, i tried to change that last part but didn't work. There isn't any of my subjects at "znani.pmfst". it should be directly "moodle.pmfst.hr" but that seems not to work. –  shonjo Oct 15 '13 at 12:09

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The domain resolves to 161.53.37.102 and this does not respond. I suggest this is a simple DNS misconfiguration.

The only problem with that as an answer is your sister. If it works there, there's either a difference in routing (a local static route) or there's a DNS override.

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isup.me/moodle.pmfst.hr says it's not just me at least when I tested. –  user25656 Oct 15 '13 at 12:03
    
This page is for my college, professor gave it to us. I sent him an email, but i believe this page should work. Also, i asked mine classmates do they have similar problem and only one of them reply that she do. –  shonjo Oct 15 '13 at 12:05
    
@shonjo I can only suggest you talk to your professor. There may be certain restrictions on the URL (eg, it may only work over an intranet) but whatever it is, it's not Ubuntu's fault. –  Oli Oct 15 '13 at 12:13
    
Sure, i sent him an email yesterday, he didn't reply yet. anyway thanks for your help. –  shonjo Oct 15 '13 at 12:16

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