I haven't experienced this bug quite some time. It's safe to say this
bug has been fixed. If admin could make this bug as closed, that would
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Abrowser 39 crashes (segmentation fault).
Status in firefox package in Ubuntu:
This is the same bug that has appeared on the Trisquel GNU/Linux forums:
I've installed (from the legimet/abrowser-kde ppa) and tested Abrowser
on three machines. On one of them, running Ubuntu 14.04 x64,
everything is fine. On the other two, both running 14.04 x32, there is
an almost instant segmentation fault. Interestingly, the segmentation
fault is NOT instant if I load a non-default profile using something
mkdir ~/Desktop/FF-Temp ; abroswer --profile ~/Desktop/FF-Temp
When I load new profiles, I can still trigger the bug by visiting
certain websites (DuckDuckGo, Startpage, Google). So, perhaps visiting
setting this bug off.
PS: for whatever it may be worth, after finding, downloading, and
installing a .deb package from the FSF mirror of the Trisquel repos,
I can confirm that this bug doesn't affect version 38, just 39.
Also: to my knowledge, the bug doesn't affect Firefox (although I've
removed Firefox from my system in favor of abrowser, so I can't say
for sure). For this reason, I've tried to add abrowser to the list of
packages, but the website has insisted on changing it to Firefox:
"'abrowser' is a binary package. This bug has been assigned to its
source package 'firefox' instead."
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