|Product:||Gentoo Linux||Reporter:||Andrej Kacian (RETIRED) <ticho>|
|Component:||New packages||Assignee:||Mozilla Gentoo Team <mozilla>|
|Package list:||Runtime testing required:||---|
Description Andrej Kacian (RETIRED) 2005-08-02 13:57:21 UTC
While browsing bugzilla (I think I was scrolling down at the moment), firefox suddenly crashed, and won't start again, segfaulting: $ firefox No running windows found (firefox-bin:20567): Gdk-WARNING **: gdk_property_get(): length value has wrapped in calculation (did you pass G_MAXLONG?) /usr/libexec/mozilla-launcher: line 119: 20567 Segmentation fault "$mozbin" "$@" firefox-bin exited with non-zero status (139) Removing entire ~/.mozilla didn't help, and this also happens under other users. This has happened to me a week ago, but after a week of my absence at the computer, it worked when I came back yesterday. And now it happened again.
Comment 1 Jeremy Day 2005-09-16 17:51:05 UTC
I get almost the exact same thing only I get it on line 113 of mozilla-launcher /usr/libexec/mozilla-launcher: line 113: 9314 Segmentation fault "$mozbin" $@"
Comment 2 Calum 2005-11-04 16:51:06 UTC
Comment 3 Calum 2005-11-04 16:59:25 UTC
This is what I get if I run it from the command line: $ firefox /usr/lib64/mozilla-firefox/mozilla-xremote-client: Error: Failed to find a running server. No running windows found ** This is where I go to the site ** /usr/libexec/mozilla-launcher: line 116: 12744 Segmentation fault "$mozbin" "$@" firefox-bin exited with non-zero status (139) $
Comment 4 Andrej Kacian (RETIRED) 2006-04-08 06:46:38 UTC
This is no longer an issue (and hasn't been for quite some time) for me. Anyone else?
Comment 5 Stuart Longland (RETIRED) 2006-07-30 06:35:40 UTC
Is this still an issue for people? For those still having trouble, have you tried the latest releases of Firefox? (either 1.0.7-r4 or 126.96.36.199) For now, I'll mark it RESOLVED::TEST-REQUEST. If the issue still exists, please re-open the bug and provide debugging output and `emerge --info` output. Regards, Stuart Longland