Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 457392
After time, firefox address bar stop working
Last modified: 2009-07-14 13:49:37 EDT
Description of problem:
Firefox address bar stop working after about an hour of usage.
When I insert a website inside address bar, and I press enter, nothing happens,
and webpage is not loaded.
If I open a "run as" (alt+f2) and I type "firefox http://myownwebsite.bao" it
open a new tab and load new website.
I dunno how to explain better, I attach a short video.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
dunno how, after a bit time I work, this problem appear.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Use firefox
2. open new tab to insert a new address
I don't have, if you need other information, ask me.
Created attachment 313094 [details]
a video about my problem with firerox
Just works for me. Do you have anything special about your configuration,
hardware, system, etc., which could help us to reproduce this bug on our systems?
I don't have idea about what can be the cause of this problem, next time I will
register firefox stacktrace and debug logs...
My configuration is normal and I never had problems with firefox before now...
OK, let's give you a month and if we want be able to get some reproducer, I will
close this as INSUFFICIENT_DATA.
today for example I don't have that problem...but I remember yesterday and other
days I had this problem, I was behind a proxy...
Created attachment 313341 [details]
strace about firefox...I stopped it when my address bar stop working...
here a strace on firefox..
I hope it can be helpful
Just two comments I forgot, test_firefox is made using strace and using navigation behind a proxy (afaik the only one situation I've got problems..)...
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