To reproduce: 1) Make sure you're not connected to the internet 2) Open a locally stored page with a link to an online image 3) Click "cancel" on dialup connection request This always crashes 2000052508
Can't test right now, but setting severity to critical, adding crash kw.
Severity: normal → critical
Confirming bug on PC/Linux. I saved the attachment to a local file "offline.html", rebooted standalone, ran mozilla, and entered the file name in the location bar. After pressing return mozilla segfaults: #0 0x40091e59 in nsXPIDLString::nsXPIDLString () from libxpcom.so #1 0x40092cb8 in nsXPIDLString::nsXPIDLString () from libxpcom.so #2 0x40092f30 in nsTextFormatter::vsmprintf () from libxpcom.so #3 0x40092ec8 in nsTextFormatter::smprintf () from libxpcom.so #4 0x40951d8d in nsWebShell::OnEndDocumentLoad () from libraptorwebwidget.so Changing OS to All. Needs to be reassigned.
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
OS: Windows 95 → All
Trying Networking component because this is an "offline" bug. CC self.
Assignee: asa → gagan
Component: Browser-General → Networking
QA Contact: jelwell → tever
This doesn't seem to happen on 2000060808 (win95).
To avoid confusion, when I said "offline" , I meant not connected to the Internet, not in offline mode. Although this now doesn't crash the browser, it still causes problems. The best behaviour would be to give an option to go into offline mode, or retry connecting to the Internet. As OS is "All" I don't want to mark as "fixed" because I only have access to a win95 machine.
I have found why the browser has not crashed with this recently (at least on my system). It seems all the images had cached copies. The crash seems to occur when there is no cached copy.
I think I have seen a dup of this in the webshell/uriloader land. over to rpotts.
Assignee: gagan → rpotts
gordon, any thoughts?
Target Milestone: --- → M18
I cannot reproduce this with 10/16 window branch build. I try the following 1. I download the attachment. 2. I change to attachment to point to another image which does not exist. 3. I unplug the ethernet from my computer 4. I load my local page. It won't crash now. email@example.com- can you still reproduce the crash? If not, can we take out the crash from the keyword ?
I try the same procedure above on recent Linux build. The moment I unplug my Ethernet cable, Mozilla freeze. So... I cannot reprudce the problem . After I plugin it back, it run.... I think that is a seperate issue.
I am currently unable to reproduce the crash. (2000101804 on win95). I'll post a trace if I can get it to happen again.
This crash may be related: (talkback TB19569208H) I had two open windows, both marked as being offline, and I was not connected to the Internet. I opened a copy of the CSS1 spec, which has references to some files on the w3c site. No dialup attempt, just a crash. Build ID: 2000102108 MOZILLA caused an invalid page fault in module <unknown> at 0000:00c9ad82. Registers: EAX=00c9ad81 CS=014f EIP=00c9ad82 EFLGS=00010206 EBX=00cbdaf0 SS=0157 ESP=0068e404 EBP=0068e418 ECX=01adb148 DS=0157 ESI=80000000 FS=488f EDX=00000002 ES=0157 EDI=00000000 GS=0000 Bytes at CS:EIP: ad 01 48 b1 ad 01 01 00 00 00 f0 f2 c9 00 00 00 Stack dump: 015fdf88 00c9ad80 00000000 80000000 00c9ad80 0068e46c 0160ae29 0068e450 00c9a8f0 00c9f2f0 00000000 01ff34e0 00000000 00000200 00000000 00000000
marking WFM. please re-open if we have a reproducible test case.
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 17 years ago
Resolution: --- → WORKSFORME
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Just tested it. No crash on Windows 95 (2001092908)
VERIFIED: WFM, per reporter. Andreas, if you can still see this, please REOPEN.
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Summary: crash when viewing page with online image and not connecting → Autodial: canceling connection for local page w/ remote image
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