On Fri, Jan 10, 2003 at 01:02:48PM -0500, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
> > On Fri, Jan 10, 2003 at 12:48:28PM -0500, Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
> > > On Fri, 2003-01-10 at 12:44, Nick Jennings wrote:
> > > > Hi,
> > > > 
> > > >  I am using FreeBSD 4.7 and am experiencing a strange X lockup that I am
> > > >  able to reproduce. When I am using Mozilla, in X (doesn't matter what
> > > >  window manager I am using) and I have *allot* of tabs open, probably
> > > >  allot of the sites have javascripts etc. Sometimes, and I haven't noticed
> > > >  any pattern in what I am doing other than having allot of tabs open 
> > > >  (probably 20+), X completely hangs.
> > >
> > > Do you have any strange fonts loaded?  There have been reports of X
> > > crashes when Mozilla is used with non-standard X fonts.
> Well, fonts generally reside in /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts.  You can see
> what your font path is by doing xset q.  If you have any non-standard
> font directories configured, remove them, and see if the problem goes
> away.  If you've added non-standard fonts to any of the standard
> directories, you'll probably have to remove all font dirs, and reinstall
> all the XFree86 font ports/packages.

Not sure what "non standard" is exactly (fonts have never been an area
that I've paid much attention to before). Here is the font section from
'xset q'. Also, below that is the output of all installed packages which 
mention 'font'.

Font Path:

su-2.05b# pkg_info | grep "font"
XFree86-font100dpi-4.2.0 XFree86-4 bitmap 100 dpi fonts
XFree86-font75dpi-4.2.0 XFree86-4 bitmap 75 dpi fonts
XFree86-fontCyrillic-4.2.0_4 XFree86-4 Cyrillic Fonts
XFree86-fontDefaultBitmaps-4.2.0 XFree86-4 default bitmap fonts
XFree86-fontEncodings-4.2.0 XFree86-4 font encoding files
XFree86-fontScalable-4.2.0 XFree86-4 Scalable font files
Xft-2.0_1           A client-sided font API for X applications
fontconfig-2.0_2    An XML-based font configuration API for X Windows
freetype2-2.1.2_1   A free and portable TrueType font rendering engine

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