Since I had to dump Debian's IceApe a few weeks ago, I had to install
SeaMonkey (SM) v1.1.4 from
/home/Programs/seamonkey/ ... Mostly everything works, but I noticed
saving files cause SM to freeze hard. CPU usage is in used from SM.
I have to kill its three processes through KDE v3.5.10's terminal since
regular kills weren't enough. At first, I thought it was the old
SessionSaver extension but I was still able to reproduce the freeze. I
I tried to use strace but it seems to stop when SM loads a Web page and
doesn't output anymore.
Any ideas? Thank you in advance. :)
You might try creating a brand new profile with no extensions or add-ons, and
see if the behavior continues.I will say that I would use 'top' in a window and
see if SM grows over time and behaves badly when it hits 450-550MB in size.
Bill Davidsen <david...@tmr.com>
"We have more to fear from the bungling of the incompetent than from
the machinations of the wicked." - from Slashdot
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