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Originally Posted by brian.harker Changing dom.max_script_run_time to 30 seconds doesn't help... A user in a another forum suggested I disable the firefox flash plugins, and gmail works now, but at ...
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- 11-14-2006 #21
- 01-04-2007 #22
I may be coming late to the party on this topic, but it happened to me with my Xubuntu installation. When I updated Firefox, it started crashing on any page with flash.
Now sporkme already posted the solution:
Add the following to your /usr/bin/firefox script:
I did this and things worked. Then did another "update" one day, broke again. That was when gmail started slamming down FF. I just put it back in, all fixed.
So this worked for me for flash crashing FF in general, and specifically worked for the gmail crashing of FF.
- 01-04-2007 #23
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Try this instead, to keep things right betwixt boots:
Edit /etc/X11/xorg.conf [ or simular ] and have the following section Default depth read as thus:
It seems that those of us who have been using "16" have had firefox crashing with flashplayer.
- 01-04-2007 #24
I'm using firefox 2 and it crashes a lot. I was in eBay, opened another tab and it crashed (while I was typing in the address bar). This happened to me two times now, the first time was with hotmail... so I don't know if that solution will apply to me too, since I don't think those websites use flash. If you guys know what's going on here please help... for now I'm just going to add those lines to the script
- 01-05-2007 #25
They might use flash banner ads? I've had the flash plugin crash a few times on me too, and even lock up X - personally, I'd NEVER recommend the official flash plugin to anyone - it seems slow and very buggy. Now if Gnash would just be finished soon...I have sold my soul to the penguin