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Old 11-03-2007, 02:11 PM   #1
AncientPC
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Thunderbird 2.0 seg faults randomly in Japanese environment.


I'm running Ubuntu 7.10 with Japanese support installed. I'll run Thunderbird from the command line in order to catch any error messages.

If it crashes on a certain e-mail (regardless of the language it was written), it will always crash on that same e-mail if I restart Thunderbird and try again. However if I reboot the computer then it crashes at another random point.

With Thunderbird 1.5, it always seg faulted upon startup. However with Thunderbird 2.0, it randomly seg faults.
 
  


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