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Re: [K12OSN] Firefox crashes



THAT is interesting! So the browser is crashing the display manager
during a nasty load in of javascript.

Test #2309384 :)

Open firefox, disable javascript and try it again. If it doesn't crash,
it's a javascript bug in firefox. Let them know the version and link for
the crash.

Note: many site have lousy javascript that cause many problems. The real
bug is on their end.

On Thu, 2007-05-03 at 13:19 -0400, Michael Blinn wrote:
>   I'm guessing you won't. I can repeat my error when opening 
> overstock.com, going to 'footware', and changing the results-per-page to 
> 100.
> 
> Interestingly, when trying to capture the xorg.log file on vt2, I 
> performed the above and quickly switched to VT2, where I was tailing the 
> log file. Something about the operation not being on-screen made it 
> work. Subsequent page loads worked great too; I was navigating all over 
> the place without errors. That's really weird. If only I could teach my 
> users to be prescient and switch to the virtual terminal right before a 
> crash happens...
> 
> -Michael
> 
> Levi Kemp wrote:
> > I'm actually using the i810 on Compaq iPAQ's. They seem to be ok, but I
> > haven't had a chance to push them. Actually I'm not sure what I'd need
> > to do to test them. They run TuxType fine, and have no problems viewing
> > pages like cnn, or other high graphics pages as far as I can tell. I
> > haven't even made a change to the conf file yet. Am I going to be
> > running into this issue and just haven't yet?
> 
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