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Does this only happen when you are browsing, or when using any other program for prolonged periods of time? I am thinking maybe you have a cron running every so often, or something like that, which would sort of make you think that your system is freezing because it is suckin all your resources... Just an idea.
I have the same problem with my notebook, it does it in all programs and both in windows and linux, so i believe it is some kinds of hardware problem (for me though), maybe itīs the same for you. My notebook is with a celeron processor (desktop version) which a lot of heat, and the problem occur when itīs hot, check out if your computer getīs hot (have you overclocked it? )
Distribution: Red Hat 8.0, Slackware 8.1, Knoppix 3.7, Lunar 1.3, Sorcerer
Has anybody had 'install new theme' experiences with Mozilla? Right after I download it it show up in the available themes list; once I try to apply the new theme, it says 'changes will be applied after you restart Mozilla. So restart, only disappointed to see the old theme.. but hey you cant try that again.. the 'newly installed' theme has left no trace in the available themes anymore.
Originally posted by nxny Has anybody had 'install new theme' experiences with Mozilla? Right after I download it it show up in the available themes list; once I try to apply the new theme, it says 'changes will be applied after you restart Mozilla. So restart, only disappointed to see the old theme.. but hey you cant try that again.. the 'newly installed' theme has left no trace in the available themes anymore.