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Re: Can't access web resources/images from device


On Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 9:51 AM, Mitchell Reese
<dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> On 18/01/17 19:47, Olivier Tilloy wrote:
>> On Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 9:06 AM, Mitchell Reese
>> <dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>> On 18/01/17 17:50, Olivier Tilloy wrote:
>>>> On Wed, Jan 18, 2017 at 5:26 AM, Tom Rausner <tom@xxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>> On tirsdag den 17. januar 2017 23.30.14 CET, Mitchell Reese
>>>>> <dev@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
>>>>>> Very weird issue here, and I'm not sure how to troubleshoot it. I
>>>>>> started
>>>>>> having issues on the phone (MX5 Pro) and tablet (M10) with not being
>>>>>> able to
>>>>>> access certain websites... i.e. - www.inkl.com (which I use for news),
>>>>>> www.trello.com - both in the webapp I've created, and through the
>>>>>> standard
>>>>>> website. With both sites I'm getting 'Unable to load all resources'...
>>>>>> the
>>>>>> site doesn't display all the css, images look weird, etc. Have started
>>>>>> noticing this with other sites as well...
>>>>>> No issues working on my desktop Ubuntu setup today, however have had
>>>>>> to
>>>>>> switch to my tablet for a few hours, and am tethered to my phone. No
>>>>>> proxies
>>>>>> setup - any ideas if this is a software issue with my devices, or
>>>>>> something
>>>>>> happening with my connection? Weird, as Trello was working flawlessly
>>>>>> with
>>>>>> both devices yesterday, and fine about 10 minutes ago from my desktop
>>>>>> machine.
>>>>>> Appreciate any troubleshooting help that can be offered.
>>>>>> Thanks,
>>>>>> Mitchell
>>>>> +1
>>>>> I've started to have the same problems with some sites but not
>>>>> others...
>>>> You’re most likely affected by https://launchpad.net/bugs/1656551.
>>>> This requires an oxide update, which we are preparing, and that will
>>>> go in OTA-15.
>>> Great, thanks for that. Is there a silo I can install, rather than
>>> updating
>>> to rc-proposed?
>> Yes, try
>> https://launchpad.net/~ci-train-ppa-service/+archive/ubuntu/2376/+packages
>>> Also, what's the current plan with ota-15, with regards to
>>> release. Will this still be the vivid overlay, or using the new snap
>>> based
>>> system?
>> It should be based on the vivid overlay, although I don’t know what
>> will go into the OTA (it might be a subset of what’s currently in the
>> overlay to cherry-pick selected bug fixes).
> Thanks for that. Is there a current eta for the switch to snaps? I ask
> because I have a number of apps in the store that need to be updated,
> however depending on timeline I'm wondering if I'm better placed putting my
> efforts into snaps.

The switch to snaps is a top priority, but I’m not aware of a firm ETA.