Some days early I'm running FreeBSD 4.5 release + X4.1 + Gnome 1.4 + E 0.16, and I can run mozilla 0.99, though the speed is slow, but when I run 1.0 RC1 binary I got error: segmentation fault Then I upgraded my X to 4.2 and now running FreeBSD 4.5 release +X4.2 + Gnome 1.4 + E 0.16, and I have down load the binary of 1.0 RC1, RC2 and RC3, and got the same error after run ./run-mozilla.sh or ./mozilla: segmentation fault Can anyone tell me why and how to solve it? Many thanks!
Can you create a new profile 'mozilla -profilemanager' ? If not, is deleteing your old profile ~/.mozilla enables Mozilla to start correctly ?
Keywords: crash, stackwanted
You should install Mozilla 1.0 RC3 through the ports system: 1) cvsup your ports collection 2) cd /usr/ports/www/mozilla 3) make install If your box is slow, you can also download the pre-compiled package.
make sure you don't have a second mozilla (eg 0.9.9) in your path
Assignee: aaronl → Matti
Severity: blocker → critical
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Component: Accessibility APIs → Browser-General
Ever confirmed: true
QA Contact: dsirnapalli → imajes-qa
I'm sure I don't have second mozilla and I don't have old profile, because I re- installed my whole system. And compile mozilla need long time on my K6-2 machine. Is there anything to do with my kernel configuration file?
And When I run ./mozilla -profilemanager I got the same error: segmentation fault
Remove the previous mozilla build: pkg_info | grep mozilla pkg_delete name_of_old_mozilla_package Then install the RC3 package: pkg_add -r mozilla-1.0.rc3,1.tgz No compiling needed.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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