using build 2001082706 (linux) On the top of page http://slate.msn.com/Features/bushisms/bushisms.asp are links to a video. Clicking these will make the browser crash with a segmentation fault error. The content of the link is (including headers): HTTP/1.0 200 OK Server: Cougar 220.127.116.1120 Content-Type: video/x-ms-asf Content-Length: 140 [Reference] Ref1=http://CPIBSNSA03:80/slate/0417_Bushisms_Slate_110k.asf Ref2=http://18.104.22.168:80/slate/0417_Bushisms_Slate_110k.asf I use the talkback version but talkback did not get activated. (Button 3 -> save link as ... works though)
WFM 2001082706 -- clicking the links prompts me to download the file. Do you have plugins installed? (I don't.)
WFM 20010826 Linux
Works with SPARC/Solaris 2001081510. The Linux 2001082706 crashes here also when I try to access a copy of the file that I put up at my local http server. Accessing the same file via a file:// URL results in the disply of "<html><body></body></html>" I have no plugins installed (except the null plugin).
Tried with build 2001082708/Linux: crash, but talkback got invoked: TB34616230Y
WFM linux 2001083108, but I have no plugins and a save dialog is shown. Seems like a plugin issue, but what plugins do you people have?
As I said, I have no plugins installed. I got this on two completely different linux installations, but on the second installation talkback doesnt get initialized. I also got a crash when clicking on a link to a file with "tgz" or "gz" extension, so i suspect this has to do with handling extensions.
Does it always happen or is it intermittent? Can you run mozilla through gdb and send us a stack trace (a 'where') when it crashes?
CC Stephend for the Talkback (TB34616230Y)
crash in helper stuff. ->law
Assignee: asa → law
Status: UNCONFIRMED → NEW
Ever confirmed: true
Status: NEW → RESOLVED
Last Resolved: 18 years ago
Resolution: --- → DUPLICATE
VERFIED: same problem -> Networking
Status: RESOLVED → VERIFIED
Component: Browser-General → Networking
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