Subject: Re: I lost all my Mozilla Bookmarks.
To: Jose Luis Rodriguez Garcia <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Jose Luis Rodriguez Garcia <email@example.com>
Date: 12/16/2004 14:21:01
I have digging in the Mozilla bugs database and it appears that it is a
general problem with Mozilla (I have looked in the past and I didn't
The are several bugs from years ago that haven't been fixed.
It is marked as critical, but it doesn't block any release.
What does a critical bug mean for the Mozilla team? There are several
bugs related to bookmars that haven't been fixed for several years.
Jose Luis Rodriguez Garcia wrote:
> It has happend to me many times. I have lost the bookmarks many times
> with Mozilla on the last years
> It has happened with NetBSD 1.6.1_STABLE/Mozilla 1.4 and NetBSD
> 1.6.2/Mozilla 1.7.3
> I have installed NetBSD 1.6.1 on Laptop Dell Latitude (Pentium III 700)
> The NetBSD 1.6.2 uses a K6-2 500Mhz Epox motherboard.
> I disabled soft-dependencies and the problems continues.
> It is a problem that only affects to me or is it a problem with
> Mozilla or NetBSD?
> I have lost the configuration of my old Gnome 1.4.x several times. It
> seems that the configuration files are truncated. (it is on my Laptop)
> Two days ago I have lost the configuration of xfce4 (my K6-2 500) It
> seems to be the same problem.
> I suppose that it happens (I am not sure), when mozilla, gnome crashes
> I haven't lost a bookmark using Mozilla Windows for serveral years,
> and my cowerker using Mozilla on Linux says to me that he hasn't ever
> lost a
José Luis Rodríguez
Jefe de Proyecto
Miguel Yuste, 45 28037 MADRID
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