Re: firefox crash

2006-10-30 Thread dick hoogendijk
On 30 Oct patrick wrote:
 Hi list
 
 I had firefox-1.5.0.4 running on my workstation at home and at work. Two
 weeks ago firefox crashed the first time. On both (work and home). After
 many crashes i installed firefox-devel (firefox - 2.0). But now it is
 the same. It just crashes without any reason. I am using Freebsd
 6.1-BETA1. 
 Has anybody a problem like that and/or a solution?
 If needed I can send a corefile.

Same here. Nothing changed on the server. No updates not nothing. Still,
Firefox has started to crash randomly on sites it formerly never did!

I'm not willing to investigate in plugins installed or whatever, because
as I said, *nothing* has changed. Only the behaviour of firefox suddenly
became very unstable. Weird, very weird.
 
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Re: firefox crash

2006-10-30 Thread Rob Clark
On Mon, 30 Oct 2006 17:06:24 +0100
dick hoogendijk [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 On 30 Oct patrick wrote:
  Hi list
  
  I had firefox-1.5.0.4 running on my workstation at home and at work. Two
  weeks ago firefox crashed the first time. On both (work and home). After
  many crashes i installed firefox-devel (firefox - 2.0). But now it is
  the same. It just crashes without any reason. I am using Freebsd
  6.1-BETA1. 
  Has anybody a problem like that and/or a solution?
  If needed I can send a corefile.
 
 Same here. Nothing changed on the server. No updates not nothing. Still,
 Firefox has started to crash randomly on sites it formerly never did!
 
 I'm not willing to investigate in plugins installed or whatever, because
 as I said, *nothing* has changed. Only the behaviour of firefox suddenly
 became very unstable. Weird, very weird.
  
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Ditto, I have seen the same thing 2 or 3 times in the last couple of weeks.
Running:  Firefox/1.5.0.7 
Running:  6.2-PRERELEASE FreeBSD 6.2-PRERELEASE #0: Sun Oct 29 16:41:34 EST 2006
I've been updating ports daily for about a week now, and must admit, I haven't 
seen seen Firefox crash again.

Other:
Also, I noticed that approximately 2 weeks ago (or less, that when saving a 
file Firefox would do file name completion when saving files using a similar 
naming convention:
i.e., 
foo1.bar
foo2.bar
foo3.bar
etc...
This was made it easy to just increment a file by 1, and save.
This completion would show in the 'Enter name of file to save to ...'
dialog box as a drop down from the 'Name' field, with file name completion as
mentioned above-- but this useful feature sadly no longer seems to work either.

Sure seems like something has changed (e.g., stability and features). 

Thanks,
Rob

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Re: FireFox crash on Print

2004-10-31 Thread Jason Taylor
Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
Why don't you try a fresh cvsup of your ports tree. Then, upgrade to
firefox-1.0.1.p_4. I think that's pretty much taken care of the
problem for anyone who's done that.
Don
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FWIW, I'm seeing the same problem.
aurvandil# pkg_info | grep -i firefox
firefox-1.0.1.p_4   Web browser based on the browser portion of Mozilla

Refer to the archives on [EMAIL PROTECTED]  I sent a path for people to try.
Joe
Upgrading to firefox-1.0.r1,1 fixed the problem :-)
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Re: FireFox crash on Print

2004-10-30 Thread Jason Taylor
Dan Finn wrote:
[ root @ stewie : ~] : pkg_info |grep -i firefox
firefox-1.0.1.p_4   Web browser based on the browser portion of Mozilla
On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 15:31:52 -0500, Donald J. O'Neill
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On Thursday 21 October 2004 02:48 pm, Dan Finn wrote:
same here as well.
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Why don't you try a fresh cvsup of your ports tree. Then, upgrade to
firefox-1.0.1.p_4. I think that's pretty much taken care of the
problem for anyone who's done that.
Don
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FWIW, I'm seeing the same problem.
aurvandil# pkg_info | grep -i firefox
firefox-1.0.1.p_4   Web browser based on the browser portion of Mozilla
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Re: FireFox crash on Print

2004-10-30 Thread Joe Marcus Clarke
On Sat, 2004-10-30 at 19:25, Jason Taylor wrote:
 Dan Finn wrote:
  [ root @ stewie : ~] : pkg_info |grep -i firefox
  firefox-1.0.1.p_4   Web browser based on the browser portion of Mozilla
  
  
  On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 15:31:52 -0500, Donald J. O'Neill
  [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
  
 On Thursday 21 October 2004 02:48 pm, Dan Finn wrote:
 
 same here as well.
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 Why don't you try a fresh cvsup of your ports tree. Then, upgrade to
 firefox-1.0.1.p_4. I think that's pretty much taken care of the
 problem for anyone who's done that.
 
 Don
 
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 FWIW, I'm seeing the same problem.
 
 aurvandil# pkg_info | grep -i firefox
 firefox-1.0.1.p_4   Web browser based on the browser portion of Mozilla

Refer to the archives on [EMAIL PROTECTED]  I sent a path for people to try.

Joe

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Re: FireFox crash on Print

2004-10-21 Thread Dan Finn
On Tue, 19 Oct 2004 12:25:23 +0200, Michael L. Hostbaek
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 Warren Liddell (shinjii) writes:
  Since Upgrading FireFox to 1.0 over the last weekend each time i press print
  or goto print something Mozilla either closes itself or re-loads it's
  program.
 
  I can re-create this bug by printing from any URL local or on hte internet.
 
 I am seeing the same problem here.
 
 /mich
 
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same here as well.
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Re: FireFox crash on Print

2004-10-21 Thread Donald J. O'Neill
On Thursday 21 October 2004 02:48 pm, Dan Finn wrote:

 same here as well.
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Why don't you try a fresh cvsup of your ports tree. Then, upgrade to 
firefox-1.0.1.p_4. I think that's pretty much taken care of the 
problem for anyone who's done that.

Don

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Re: FireFox crash on Print

2004-10-21 Thread Dan Finn
[ root @ stewie : ~] : pkg_info |grep -i firefox
firefox-1.0.1.p_4   Web browser based on the browser portion of Mozilla


On Thu, 21 Oct 2004 15:31:52 -0500, Donald J. O'Neill
[EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
 On Thursday 21 October 2004 02:48 pm, Dan Finn wrote:
 
  same here as well.
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 Why don't you try a fresh cvsup of your ports tree. Then, upgrade to
 firefox-1.0.1.p_4. I think that's pretty much taken care of the
 problem for anyone who's done that.
 
 Don
 
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