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

From: Kevin M. Dean
Subject: Re: [gNewSense-users] is there any friggin way of stopping BurningDog from constantly crashing?!?!
Date: Sat, 02 Jun 2007 11:19:23 -0400
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I'd also suggest moving .firefox/.mozilla and seeing if that doesn't help.

I use no extensions on BurningDog, and the only complaints I have with
it are that it's slow (in comparison to others) and out of date (I'm
fond of Iceweasel 2.0). Stability, however, has never been an issue.

As for alternatives sometimes there aren't any. But if you're looking
for a good browser have you tried Epiphany?

Also, IceApe might be able to handle some or all of the extensions you
use. IceApe is the rebranded SeaMonkey suite, that was once called

- -Kevin

Karl Goetz wrote:
> 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?
> kk
>> 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).
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