Subject: Re: mozilla 0.9.8 and -current as of 20020220
To: NetBSD-current Discussion List <email@example.com>
From: Peter Seebach <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: 02/24/2002 14:02:00
In message <20020224195021.0ACE0B7@proven.weird.com>, Greg A. Woods writes:
>[ On Saturday, February 23, 2002 at 03:29:56 (-0600), Peter Seebach wrote: ]
>> Subject: Re: mozilla 0.9.8 and -current as of 20020220
>> In message <20020223094626.A8620@pip.kardel.de>, Frank Kardel writes:
>> >after having used mozilla up to 0.9.6 successfully i now
>> >experienced startup problems (actually failures SIGSEV 8-() with 0.9.7
>> >and 0.9.8.
>> Me too.
>I've not yet upgraded to 0.9.8, but I find 0.9.7 a LOT more stable than
>0.9.6. One of the quick ways to kill 0.9.6 is though "non-standard" use
>though -- i.e. extensive use of the "tabbed" interface.
Well, 0.9.8 is crashing for me regularly on both BSD/OS and NetBSD, so I think
it's a specific bug that causes lots of abort traps.