Subject: Re: firefox 1.0.1 behaviour changed badly on current/i386
To: George Michaelson <>
From: Malte Dehling <>
List: port-i386
Date: 03/11/2005 17:33:40
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On Fri, Mar 11, 2005 at 10:07:14AM -0600, George Michaelson wrote:
> firefox-1.0.1 native build, gtk and non-gtk is behaving a bit badly for m=
> 	not exiting, stuck in a loop which ktrace says is a read on an FD,
> 	but I closed *every* darn window. I think that a HTML feed of some
> 	animated icon, or some other thing is not being closed off, even though
> 	all windows are dead.=20
> 	it pops up a window for about 1/10 sec when I do downloads, and then
> 	does the download to /tmp to a tempfile. It never copies the content
> 	into my homedir. (if I do [save link as] its fine)
> 	other popups around the function of 'save this forms input' include
> 	some popups with no text, but [yes] [no] [cancel] buttons. (this
> 	may predate the 1.0.1 import
> Is it just me? I don't want to file a PR if this is an install problem or
> my own stupidity.

Im running firefox 1.0.1 (with gtk2) from pkgsrc (on my SUN Ultra-2 w
Solaris 9). Ive experienced no problems so far, except for a crash (once).

Malte Dehling

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