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Re: [gNewSense-users] is there any friggin way of stopping BurningDog/Fi

From: Karl Goetz
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] is there any friggin way of stopping BurningDog/FireFox from constantly crashing?!?!
Date: Sat, 02 Jun 2007 23:17:08 +0930
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andrei raevsky wrote:
> Dear friends,
> I am really getting sick and tired of BurningDog/FireFox constantly
> crashing on me (I am using Konqueror right now to get this email out).
> I don't even like BurningDog/FireFox very much, but I need some
> extensions it uses, and the adblock extension is a lifesaver when
> surfing the Net.  Also - since  am a google-user I need a AJAXed
> browser to really use its best features.  Alas, BurningDog/FireFox is
> getting worse and worse and crashes more and more.  It also cannot
> start if more than 3 extensions are enabled (I had to manually edit
> the extensions list to restart it).
> Are you also having that kind of problems with BurningDog/FireFox?  Is
> there anything I can do to make it behave normally?
Tried running in GDB/strace to see what's going on?
is this a home directory from a previous install? there might be broken
stuff lying around your .firefox - try moving it aside, installing the 3
extensions, and trying again
are the extensions up to date, and are they for this version of bd/ff?
> If all else fails, what browser would you reccommend?  I use Konqueror
> which is good, but lacks features, and I use Links2 which is great,
> but which is adequate for only some websites.  I used Galeon a long
> time ago and I liked it then, but it did not seem on par with the
> others.  Opera is non-free so I do not want to use it.
> Any suggestions?
> Thanks!
> Andrei
> PS: I am using gNewSense (with Gnome) fully updated (last time half an
> hour ago).

Karl Goetz
User of gNewSense: Free as in Freedom -
Australian Ubuntu users team -
User of Debian, The Universal Operating System -

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