Re: Ice Weasel
--- Andrei Popescu <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Feb 24, 2008 at 06:00:05PM -0500, dick
> > What is it with Ice Weasel anyhow. I have no
> problems signing onto Debian
> > and using Icedove. the rest of the processing
> goes well.
> > However, when it comes to Iceweasel, it spends
> more time dropping out that
> > it does working. It will work for a couple of
> screens and then drops out.
> What do you mean by that?
> > You can bring it back and it will work for a
> couple of screens and then
> > drops again. I know that there are a lot of
> things I can do with Debian
> How do you bring it back?
> > and it will work great. I also use Mepis which is
> based on Debian and have
> > no problems with it at all. However, Debian
> itself and Ice Weasel in
> > particular make it almost not worth using Debian
> at all.
> The typical suggestions for Iceweasel troubles:
> - start from a terminal and check for error messages
> - start with the -safe-mode parameter (especially if
> you have
> - (re)move your .mozilla folder
> - try from a different user account
> - try other browsers
> > I am using Debian Sidux and have also tried Etch
> in the past and have had
> > the same problems with them both. I am using an
> Intel Duo Core 2 processor
> > E4400. Ubuntu, Mepis, BlueWhite64, Sabayon all
> work great and with no
> > problems. Debian sucks big time.
> Whatever suits your needs ...
Is your system up-to-date? Which version of Iceweasel
are you using? Have you tried newer/older versions?
You could give Opera a try. (my favorite ;)
The kind and knowledgable folks on this list will help
you....but be kind. Debian is a fine distribution,
but, as with any software, problems will arise.
Browser problems are frustrating tho....I'm sure
everyone would agree. Usually you can sort this stuff
Best regards...and I hope you find a solution.
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