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I have had the same problem happened to me a few times. When I have had the problem, what I have been able to figure out is that it has been caused by a buggy Java app in whatever page I am browing at the moment and that caused the Mozilla/Firefox crash. Sometimes updating the pertaining Macromedia plug-in (Flash, etc.) has eliminated or minimized the problem. Maybe that will also work for you.
Sure looks like there's a mime type that isn't properly defined. What version of gnome-vfs is installed? Perhaps a freshen of that rpm? What are your versions of Mozilla and Firefox? Just more or less shooting in the dark...
I mentioned this earlier, but missed it if you gave it a shot...copy your .mozilla folder in your home directory somewhere else and visit the sites you're having issues with. Also, when they crash, are you accessing something with multimedia content...i.e. RealPlayer, QuickTime, Windows Media?
Distribution: SuSE 9.1 Professional, Gentoo, The Jackass! Project
Originally posted by kastorff I mentioned this earlier, but missed it if you gave it a shot...copy your .mozilla folder in your home directory somewhere else and visit the sites you're having issues with. Also, when they crash, are you accessing something with multimedia content...i.e. RealPlayer, QuickTime, Windows Media?
hmm. do you really mean COPY, or do you mean MOVE?
fwiw, i looked in the Home directory, and there isn't a .mozilla folder. maybe this is one of the Suse quirks, but it isn't there. does firefox create a .mozilla folder in the Home directory in Suse 9.1?