Subject: Re: making firefox LP64 clean
To: Greg A. Woods <firstname.lastname@example.org>
From: Michael Kukat <email@example.com>
Date: 11/27/2004 09:19:23
On Fri, 26 Nov 2004, Greg A. Woods wrote:
> > Mozilla runs "fine" here on NetBSD/alpha 2.0RC4. But it's extremely sloooow
> > (besides the fact that if often crashes).
> Hmmm.... that's weird.
Hm. Just checked a different behaviour i recently saw... If i give it some time
after start, setting dust on to of the window :), it works quite better. If i
start it, and as soon as the window appears, put an URL in it, the
autocompleten is remarkably slow, the page needs a lot of time to load, and
usually, it crashes quite soon.
mozilla-bin in free(): warning: chunk is already free.
Zillions of this after terminating...
"not really perfectly clean" :)
And to avoid confusions: i'm talking about pkgsrc mozilla-gtk2. Yes, i like it
bloated, the Miata is nearly my fastest machine at home, and 768 MB RAM makes
> However I've been unable to get any Mozilla derivative to install
> successfully since pkgsrc went to MOS_VER=1.7*.
Hm. pkgsrc-2004Q3 works fine, it's an 1.7.3 there. Just besides some
instability issues. Any yes, opening the Mail thingy also crashes it here. 90MB
core for a web browser. Okay...
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