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If you ran it from a terminal, then look for any error messages in its output when it closes? Does it say anything at all when it closes (in the ...
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    If you ran it from a terminal, then look for any error messages in its output when it closes? Does it say anything at all when it closes (in the terminal, that is)?

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    nothing appears,

    thanks
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    I might have missed it, but what version of linux is being used here?

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    Maybe there's simply something wrong with your flash plugin. Take mine and put it in your ~/.mozilla/plugins directory. You can find it here:

    http://www.dolda2000.cjb.net/~fredri...flashplayer.so

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    there are many possiblities here, it seems like there is a lot of info missing

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    I think I may be a victim of this too. I'm using a new custom built kernel and while this problem may be related to it, I found that Mozilla crashes when viewing selective flash ads. It's happened twice on me and this resulted in my mouse feezing. The only way I can really find out if it's not a kernel problem is to spend time with the default kernel was shipped but since I can't find a consistent pattern with the flash ads, I don't even know if that's what causing this problem.
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    I wouldn't think that it is a kernel problem. Some programs lock the mouse (I've experienced the same when some games crash), and I'm guessing that it is a bug in XFree86 that doesn't automatically release the mouse when the process disconnects (be it from normal shutdown or from a terminal signal).

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    Yea, it may not be related to flash at all. My keyboard somewhat lagged for like 3 seconds and the mouse does that every once in a while. I don't think I experienced this kind of problems with the old kernel but the only way to figure that out is to go back and use the old kernel.
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    ????? I am using RH 9.0, using gnome(maybe I should try using in KDE to see if this exists as well?)

    I already switched to using Opera in Linux! Mozilla used in Windows XP now. can't stand the long start of mozilla. opera is much more faster!
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    Ah, are you saying that this error occurs in WinXP? In that case, I have no idea what to do.

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