I'm noticing if I try to post using Firefox (my default browser), I'm basically refused access. The only hint is a pop-up that states "An error occurred. Please try again or contact your administrator."
(I'd put a screenshot up, but I'm having trouble dragging the file name shown in the 'ls' listing in my xterm to the browser.)
I'm working from home… so effectively, I am my own administrator. I've spoken to myself at length about this issue, and I am confused as to why I am getting this error.
Developer tools reveals requests to these links are getting met with HTTP errors:
- https://e2e.ti.com/cfs-filesystemfile/__key/communityserver-components-sitefiles/images-homepage/laptop_2D00_guy_2D00_e2e_2D00_mobile_2D00_fpoText.png?_=637354466761962396 - 404 Not Found
- https://e2e.ti.com/api.ashx/v2/notifications.json?IsRead=false&PageSize=1&PageIndex=0&_=1624660428015 - 403 Forbidden
- e2e.ti.com/.../tourtips.json 403 Forbidden
Posting triggers a similar 403 error for https://e2e.ti.com/api.ashx/v2/forums/1024/threads/1009250/replies.json (exact link depends on which thread I reply to, here, I tried replying to a "test" thread someone else had created).
Clearly there's an authorisation bug. How do we resolve it? Having to fire up Chromium to do something I should be able to do in Firefox is getting annoying.