I recently ran very low on display connections on my Solaris box and Mozilla crashed continually. Having closed a lot of applications down I am back to the normal, stable, Mozilla. By crash I meen the display won't refresh, and basically you get a green tinted version of the normal Mozilla screen. Switching between the browser and mail/news doesn't redraw. I don't know about the workings of GTK+, but I am guessing you get an error if you can't open a display connection. Perhaps something a little less distructive than hanging (or at least printing out an error message) would be appropriate!
Reporter: In the future, please use the Bugzilla Helper for reporting bugs: http://www.mozilla.org/quality/help/bug-form.html (among other things, it automagically adds your BuildID)
This is erroneous. Without increasing the total number of open windows I had a stream of crashes this afternoon. I logged off my machine, logged back on, and had Mozilla running quite happily for half an hour before going home. I am missing a few patches, which may be causing problems. Short of installing Netscape 6 and seeing what it finds is missing, is there an easy way of finding out which patches are installed out of those needed. I am very pressed for time at the moment unfortunately, and I don’t have root.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 16 years ago
Resolution: --- → INVALID
Reporter: I think that the command that you are looking for is "show rev -a" .
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