norgaard at locolomo.org
Wed Apr 25 14:10:01 UTC 2007
On Wed, 25 Apr 2007, Scott I. Remick wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Apr 2007 10:12:06 -0700, FreeBSD WickerBill wrote:
>> I portupgraded thunderbird today (6.1 p11, KDE 3.5.6_2) and while it's
>> semi-functional, it does seg fault as it checks the pop server.
>> These problems were fixed by uninstalling all broken extensions and removing
>> the theme I was using and installing the default theme.
> Hmm, I don't even get that far. TB 2.0 just immediately seg faults for me
> (after coming up and showing itself, apparently as it's checking but it's
> not "semi-functional" for me at all). Didn't have much time to look into it
> this morning before work but I do have a number of extensions so maybe my
> problem is similar to yours (I use IMAP though). I assume TB has a safemode
> switch similar to Firefox's... I'll have to look into it tonight or
> tomorrow. Anyone else seeing TB 2.0 crash on startup?
When I first started TB it would fade in a info window with a resumen of
mails recieved - then crash. Disabling this feature solved the problem. I
use IMAP too.
Maybe you can edit the prefs.js to not check mail on startup and see if it
will start up, then play around with settings.
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