Re: firefox-104.0,2 crashing

From: Nuno Teixeira <>
Date: Wed, 17 Aug 2022 20:51:51 UTC

I've removed a invalid host and now only "leg.home/unix:0
 MIT-MAGIC-COOKIE-1  fba348980237f1319d9235da518606c5" shows up.
I don't have anything in /etc/hosts, only /etc/rc.conf: hostname="leg.home".

I will wait to see what happens.


DtxdF <> escreveu no dia quarta, 17/08/2022 à(s) 20:40:

> Hello,
> I have had the same problem. The problem is not only with firefox, it is
> also valid with thunderbird in my experience.
> I have debugged a bit using truss(1) and identified that the ~/.Xauthority
> file and /etc/hosts is the problem. Actually, the problem is firefox and
> thunderbird, but the initiators are them.
> Check what display-names are displayed with `xauth list`. If you see a
> display name as an invalid host in /etc/hosts, simply remove it with `xauth
> remove`.
> My problem is that I changed the hostname, and it stayed after a firefox
> upgrade, so I had two entries with an invalid hostname and a valid hostname
> in .Xauthority.
> See also /etc/hosts to see if there is an invalid host or check if you do
> not have any entries where a host (such as your hostname) is missing.
> El 17 de agosto de 2022 4:55:20 p. m. UTC, Nuno Teixeira <
>> escribió:
>> Hello to all,
>> Is anyone experience firefox crashes? For a long time that I did not see
>> so many crashes.
>> It core dumped to firefox.core, can I do something usefull with .core to
>> get an ideia of what is causing it?
>> "pid 28063 (firefox), jid 0, uid 1001: exited on signal 11 (core dumped)"
>> Cheers,
>> --
>> Nuno Teixeira
>> FreeBSD Committer (ports)

Nuno Teixeira
FreeBSD Committer (ports)