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Re: weird...


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Posted by 1ranger from 68.54.162.55 via proxy ? (103.247.16.2) on Friday, December 21, 2012 at 8:01PM :

In Reply to: Re: weird... posted by 1ranger from ? (176.110.169.10) on Wednesday, December 19, 2012 at 8:54PM :


Lieutenant Kernel 1ranger

Beat the challenge a bunch more times, have seen the "Congratulations" message at least a dozen times, but many times I submit the final answer and nothing happens. I've solved the challenge and gotten the "congratulations" page on both Win and Linux, in Firefox and Chrome,so not sure what could be causing the issue.

: Strange indeed. I completed the challenge a few more times over the weekend. Sometimes I saw the completed message, other times nothing happened. Never got the email. Also, the last part of the challenge has changed since I did it last week.

:
: : Doesn't have you in HOF either... did u get the email from Zeb congratulating u?

: : Can always manually add you to kernel group I suppose...





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