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Re: Iceweasel problems - 3 of 3

Ron Johnson wrote the following on 02/07/2008 06:49 AM:
> On 02/06/08 15:06, Dennis G. Wicks wrote:
>> Well, this is the third of the most aggravating problems.
>> Iceweasel will just "go to sleep". I have clicked on a
>> link or pasted a url in the address bar and it is doing
>> nothing. It displays "STOPPED" in the status bar and
>> will not load any pages, either i'net or local network.
>> The system monitor and "top" don't show that there is
>> anything in particular going on and other apps have a
>> good, quick response.
>> Time cures the problem. Generally after "a while"
>> something breaks loose and it sort of catches up and
>> things work.
>> I have the cache disabled. It doesn't seem to make any
>> difference one way or the other.
>> Thanks for any help.
> Seems to me that this is a network or DNS issue, not an Iceweasel
> problem.

You'd certainly think so, wouldn't you?

But it is only Iceweasel,on this machine, that has
these problems. Not Opera or Konq on this system or any
browser on any other system on my localnet.

Of course everything else on the my net that does any
browsing is Win 2k. The other two Debian systems are a
web server and and a backup/archive system.

Any other browsers I can try on Debian?


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