[lug] Free Software Consortium page triggers bug
neal at bcn.boulder.co.us
Mon Dec 23 12:08:13 MST 2002
Their web page also triggers a tight loop in my Linux setup that is
hard to get out of. My cpu was consumed 50% by X11, and the rest
split between sawfish and mozilla1.1. I don't know where the
bug really lies, but I've seen this once before when a very simple
I had to log in from another box and do this to get a different
page loaded and active:
DISPLAY=:0 mozilla -remote "openurl(http://www.mozilla.org)"
The script is:
var message="Free Software Consortium"
var message=message+" "
really be useful to enable it for a page.
Anyone know if this is a bug in mozilla, sawfish or X11?
I'm running redhat 7.3, mozilla 1.1.
Neal McBurnett http://bcn.boulder.co.us/~neal/
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On Mon, Dec 23, 2002 at 11:45:37AM -0700, Sean Reifschneider wrote:
> Ugh. This place subscribed to all our lists and then sent this message
> through, on one list multiple times even...
> I've banned their site, I suggest that anyone who gets this actively
> avoid this place.
> A little help at the right time is better than a lot of help at the wrong
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