TB 13.0 is crashing on startup #48

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warhall opened this Issue Jun 18, 2012 · 7 comments

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warhall commented Jun 18, 2012

Thunderbird 13.0 is crashing on startup if both FireTray 0.4.2 and Lightning 1.5.1 (with Google Calendar) are installed.

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Hi, could you try with the latest update from AMO ?

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foudfou commented Jun 18, 2012

Hi, could you try with the latest update from AMO ?

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Hi, the link points to FireTray 0.4.2 which is the latest version, isn't it?

warhall commented Jun 18, 2012

Hi, the link points to FireTray 0.4.2 which is the latest version, isn't it?

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Oops sorry I misread your post: you're right, v0.4.2 is actually the latest.

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foudfou commented Jun 18, 2012

Oops sorry I misread your post: you're right, v0.4.2 is actually the latest.

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richfeat Jul 9, 2012

I have Thunderbird 13.0.1 Firetray 0.4.2 gContact 0.3.5 Google calendar tab 3.9 Lookout 1.2.13
running on Ubuntu 10.04.
Thunderbird crashes on startup without leaving any error messages after a recent update.
I find that if I delete the line:
pref("extensions.firetray.new_mail_icon_names", '["indicator-messages-new", "mail-message-new"]');
in file:
~/.thunderbird/xxxx.default/extensions/{xxxx}/defaults/preferences
then thunderbird starts OK. Any help?

richfeat commented Jul 9, 2012

I have Thunderbird 13.0.1 Firetray 0.4.2 gContact 0.3.5 Google calendar tab 3.9 Lookout 1.2.13
running on Ubuntu 10.04.
Thunderbird crashes on startup without leaving any error messages after a recent update.
I find that if I delete the line:
pref("extensions.firetray.new_mail_icon_names", '["indicator-messages-new", "mail-message-new"]');
in file:
~/.thunderbird/xxxx.default/extensions/{xxxx}/defaults/preferences
then thunderbird starts OK. Any help?

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richfeat Jul 12, 2012

Clarification of the previous post - thunderbird works OK but firetray icon does not show up in bar.

Clarification of the previous post - thunderbird works OK but firetray icon does not show up in bar.

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@richfeat have you tried things mentioned in #32 and #22 (search for gsettings) ?

@warhall could you provide a VirtualBox VM illustrating the problem ?

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foudfou commented Jul 13, 2012

@richfeat have you tried things mentioned in #32 and #22 (search for gsettings) ?

@warhall could you provide a VirtualBox VM illustrating the problem ?

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anarchpenguin Oct 5, 2012

This is happening in tb-16.0_beta4 now as well, there is no unity in my system as I am not a gnome user. The report I receive in dmesg is due to an anonymous write to memory which is not permitted on a pax enabled kernel.

This is happening in tb-16.0_beta4 now as well, there is no unity in my system as I am not a gnome user. The report I receive in dmesg is due to an anonymous write to memory which is not permitted on a pax enabled kernel.

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