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XML error

I am not connected to a network, after with all your guys help getting it atleast to use local host I am running into an error while chatzilla tries to connect

addond.productaddons WARN failed to download XML, status:0, reason: error

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"addond.productaddons" sounds like, to make a wild guess, chatzilla is attempting to phone home for updates.
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I thought the same thing, I disabled updates in Firefox but still receive the error. In chatzilla it just keeps saying unknown command. after launching firefox and launching the chatzilla plug in it takes about 3 - 5 minutes and then gives the error about XML.
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Have you tried any IRC client besides chatzilla? A non browser-based one. Or even telnet. Your IRC server may actually be working already.
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That may be the case in the future however at this point it is customer driven to use chatzilla
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All right, but can you use some other client - or even telnet - to verify that your IRC server is working?
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