This is a discussion on Re: Firefox2 port segfaults. More info.. - FreeBSD ; -----BEGIN PGP SIGNED MESSAGE----- Hash: SHA1 Jev wrote: > Thank you Joe, > > > You can find the output from thread apply all bt / full here: > http://ecad.org/~jev/firefox2_take2.html This looks to be crashing at shutdown. If you run ...
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> Thank you Joe,
> You can find the output from thread apply all bt / full here:
This looks to be crashing at shutdown. If you run firefox as root, does
it work? If it does, does it now work as a regular user now that you've
run it as root first?
> Joe Marcus Clarke wrote:
>> On Sat, 2006-10-28 at 13:06 -0700, Jev wrote:
>>> Hi All,
>>> I posted last week;
>>> I'm still having the same problem.
>>> The segfault is happening in libpthread, so I recompiled libpthread with
>>> debug symbols.
>>> I have also verified that no plugins are getting loaded. I have tried
>>> starting firefox2 with and without the cli --safe-mode option.
>>> Here is a log of firefox starting up, segfaulting, a backtrace from gdb,
>>> and the entire package list for my machine.
>>> To summarize what you will find at the above link, I'm running:
>>> 6.1-RELEASE FreeBSD 6.1-RELEASE #2: Tue May 9 08:53:13 PDT 2006
>>> The back trace is as follows:
>>> (gdb) bt
>>> #0 0x28c8f847 in kse_thr_interrupt () at kse_thr_interrupt.S:2
>>> #1 0x28c789bf in sig_daemon (arg=0x0) at
>>> #2 0x28c85d29 in kse_sched_single (kmbx=0x8165d0c) at
>>> #3 0x286cc450 in ?? ()
>>> Current language: auto; currently asm
>> This backtrace is incomplete. You need to provide the output of:
>> thread apply all bt
>> And also:
>> thread apply all bt full
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