[SATLUG] SeaMonkey (Mozilla) Browser Crash

Alan Lesmerises alesmerises at satx.rr.com
Fri Oct 3 15:09:25 CDT 2008

If you want to be sure of the health of your RAM, I would suggest 
getting a bootable copy of memtest86, burn it onto a CD, then reboot and 
let the utility run overnight to directly test the RAM a few times.  
It's helped me identify a memory problem that I couldn't verify while 
the full OS was running (the minimal boot OS is only a couple hundred kb 
in size, so that leaves everything else available for testing).

Al Lesmerises

Howard Haradon wrote:
> Hello,  This AM I had 2 unexplained crashes (the
> window just disappeared) of my internet browser.
> I have recently installed Puppy 4.0 with kernel
> and use SeaMonkey 1.1.11, Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U;
> Linux i686; en-US; rv:  This SeaMonkey
> version is the newest stable ver. that I installed using
> the .tar file from their web site.  It did not come thru
> Puppy's package manager.  BTW, Synaptic or
> apt seem to be missing in Puppy as well as any
> complete repository system ??
> Anyway, I poked around and found only one
> message after each crash that might point to the
> problem in /tmp/xerrs.log :
> /usr/local/seamonkey/run-mozilla.sh: line 131:  2142
> Segmentation fault      "$prog" ${1+"$@"}
> EXIT="Ready"
> Both time the message was the same.
> At the time of these problems, I was fussing with an
> email reply in Gmail, fumbling the arrow keys, CTRL,
> and/or the Ins key on a standard desktop keyboard.
> I have tried several key combos, but cannot duplicate
> the crash.  I had some memory problems earlier on this
> PC, but have done extensive test of its current DRAM,
> and they *look* solid.
> Any ideas will be welcomed.
> Thanks,  Howard

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