Version: (using Devel)
Installed from: Compiled sources
Konqueror refuses to open an URL with an underscore. I tryed to open:
Konqyeror shows only a meessage box with "Malformed URL
http:/protokol.html" text and refuses to open it. Other applications - Firefox, curl, wget - opens it without a problem.
The a4.cz is accessible, but when I type vzory_smluv.a4.cz (or http://vzory_smluv.a4.cz, or http://foo_bar.com) into adress bar I got the error page
The requested operation could not be completed
Details of the Request:
Date and Time: Tuesday 29 December 2009 10:08
An unknown host error indicates that the server with the requested name, , could not be located on the Internet.
The name that you typed, , may not exist: it may be incorrectly typed.
There may have been a problem with your network connection.
There may have been a problem with your network configuration. If you have been accessing the Internet with no problems recently, this is unlikely.
Check your network connection status.
Contact your appropriate computer support system, whether the system administrator, or technical support group for further assistance
and adress bar contains the "http:" only.
I can confirm this.
KDE Development Platform: 4.3.85 (KDE 4.3.85 (KDE 4.4 Beta2)) "release 8"
Konqueror: 4.3.85 (KDE 4.3.85 (KDE 4.4 Beta2)) "release 8"
That domain violates STD3. STD3 requires all DNS domain names to be limited to Letters, Digits and Hyphen.
Is there a reason to not extend the standard? Apparently such domains are used.
*** Bug 226648 has been marked as a duplicate of this bug. ***
Isn't is legal with underscores in the hostname?
In any case, if there is an invalid URL, it would be nice with a meaningful error message :)