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Roberto Calzavara
Hello
FF 10.0.12 work fine, but crash if javascript is enabled transferring requested search from google.
If javascript is dissabled, I have no problem

I'm using
Warp 4, fixpak 15, mzfntconf, libc05, and updated kernel suggested by readme

Can anybody help me
Thank's in advance
Best regards
Roberto Calzavara
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Re: FF 10.0.12 crash PC google javascript enabled

Steve Wendt
On 6/7/2013 1:26 PM, [hidden email] wrote:

> FF 10.0.12 work fine, but crash if javascript is enabled transferring requested search from google.
> If javascript is dissabled, I have no problem

What is the crash you are getting?  Do you have a *.trp file, or an
entry in popuplog.os2?  If you haven't installed exceptq (see the
readme), then you should do so.


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Re: FF 10.0.12 crash PC google javascript enabled

Dave Yeo-3
Steve Wendt wrote:

> On 6/7/2013 1:26 PM, [hidden email] wrote:
>
>> FF 10.0.12 work fine, but crash if javascript is enabled transferring
>> requested search from google.
>> If javascript is dissabled, I have no problem
>
> What is the crash you are getting? Do you have a *.trp file, or an entry
> in popuplog.os2? If you haven't installed exceptq (see the readme), then
> you should do so.
>
>

And of course try testing with a new profile.
Dave
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Re: FF 10.0.12 crash PC google javascript enabled

Alfredo Fernández Díaz
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Hi Roberto!

[hidden email] escribió:
> Hello
> FF 10.0.12 work fine, but crash if javascript is enabled transferring requested search
 > from google.
> If javascript is dissabled, I have no problem
>
> I'm using
> Warp 4, fixpak 15, mzfntconf, libc05, and updated kernel suggested by readme

Let's try the obvious first, shall we?

Are you you sure you're using libc05 and NOT libc065, which is the required
libc level? I used to have crashes for a while for that very reason (somehow
got libc06 with libc05 on top -- instead of the 'dummy' libc05 that redirects
to up-to-date routines in libc06).

And of course, what Dave said: did you try a clean profile
(use -profilemanager if necessary to create a new one and try)?

Best regards,
Alfredo.
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Re: FF 10.0.12 crash PC google javascript enabled

Steve Wendt
On 6/8/2013 4:11 PM, Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:

> Are you you sure you're using libc05 and NOT libc065, which is the
> required libc level? I used to have crashes for a while for that very
> reason (somehow got libc06 with libc05 on top -- instead of the 'dummy'
> libc05 that redirects to up-to-date routines in libc06).

FWIW, that doesn't happen... there are only forwarders for libc06#.dll
to libc065.dll.

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Re: FF 10.0.12 crash PC google javascript enabled

Alfredo Fernández Díaz
Steve Wendt escribió:
> On 6/8/2013 4:11 PM, Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:
[...]
 >> used to have crashes for a while for that very
>> reason (somehow got libc06 with libc05 on top -- instead of the 'dummy'
>> libc05 that redirects to up-to-date routines in libc06).
>
> FWIW, that doesn't happen... there are only forwarders for libc06#.dll to
> libc065.dll.

Given libc05 is from 2004 (and is not a forwarder but a 'real' DLL) and the
fact those crashes happened years later (still years ago too, though) it must
have been real libc06 on top of libc06x + forwarding libc06. However, Roberto
said libc05 too, so I'd put that very high in my checklist.
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Re: FF 10.0.12 crash PC google javascript enabled

Dave Yeo-3
Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:

> Steve Wendt escribió:
>> On 6/8/2013 4:11 PM, Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:
> [...]
>  >> used to have crashes for a while for that very
>>> reason (somehow got libc06 with libc05 on top -- instead of the 'dummy'
>>> libc05 that redirects to up-to-date routines in libc06).
>>
>> FWIW, that doesn't happen... there are only forwarders for libc06#.dll to
>> libc065.dll.
>
> Given libc05 is from 2004 (and is not a forwarder but a 'real' DLL) and
> the fact those crashes happened years later (still years ago too,
> though) it must have been real libc06 on top of libc06x + forwarding
> libc06. However, Roberto said libc05 too, so I'd put that very high in
> my checklist.

I'd guess a simple typo. Libc05 has been depreciated for a long time and
I'm not aware of anything current using it.
Dave
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Re: FF 10.0.12 crash PC google javascript enabled

Alfredo Fernández Díaz
Dave Yeo escribió:
> Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:
[...]
>> libc06. However, Roberto said libc05 too, so I'd put that very high in
>> my checklist.
>
> I'd guess a simple typo.

Sure, but it's so little effort to make sure what libc and whatnot level we're
really at..

 > Libc05 has been depreciated for a long time and I'm
> not aware of anything current using it.

I guess it got (re)installed with some WPI package I guess. I used to keep
"note to self" txt to remind me why every DLL (particularly things like
libc064r1, etc.) had to be installed but found none for that. I'm not in the
mood to rename it and find out what won't work, though :)
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Re: FF 10.0.12 crash PC google javascript enabled

Dave Yeo-3
Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:

> Dave Yeo escribió:
>> Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:
> [...]
>>> libc06. However, Roberto said libc05 too, so I'd put that very high in
>>> my checklist.
>>
>> I'd guess a simple typo.
>
> Sure, but it's so little effort to make sure what libc and whatnot level
> we're really at..

FF 10.0.12 won't even start without libc065 and libc064 (for gcc
library) installed. As the crash is happening when visiting Google with
Javascript enabled, his libc DLLs are likely up to date.
Dave
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Re: FF 10.0.12 crash PC google javascript enabled

Roberto Calzavara
El lunes, 10 de junio de 2013 22:45:02 UTC-3, Dave Yeo  escribió:

> Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:
> > Dave Yeo escribió:
> >> Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:
> >>> libc06. However, Roberto said libc05 too, so I'd put that very high in
> >>> my checklist.
> >> I'd guess a simple typo.
> > Sure, but it's so little effort to make sure what libc and whatnot level
> > we're really at..
> FF 10.0.12 won't even start without libc065 and libc064 (for gcc
> library) installed. As the crash is happening when visiting Google with
> Javascript enabled, his libc DLLs are likely up to date.
> Dave

As I wrote, I can use ff 10.0.12 with no problems, except when I use any of the google sites with javascript enabled (my computer freezes, nothing works, keyboard, mouse. I can only turn off with the power button,). If I disable javascript my computer does not freeze.
I have installed exeptq, but does not create the *. Trp. Nor are added popuplog.os2 entry.
Before each test, I erase the firefox directory, located within my home (x: \ home \ mozilla.org \ "firefox")
I could see that freezes when it appears the button to log on to google. I do not think that is relevant
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Dave Yeo-3
[hidden email] wrote:

> El lunes, 10 de junio de 2013 22:45:02 UTC-3, Dave Yeo  escribió:
>> Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:
>>> Dave Yeo escribió:
>>>> Alfredo Fernández Díaz wrote:
>>>>> libc06. However, Roberto said libc05 too, so I'd put that very high in
>>>>> my checklist.
>>>> I'd guess a simple typo.
>>> Sure, but it's so little effort to make sure what libc and whatnot level
>>> we're really at..
>> FF 10.0.12 won't even start without libc065 and libc064 (for gcc
>> library) installed. As the crash is happening when visiting Google with
>> Javascript enabled, his libc DLLs are likely up to date.
>> Dave
>
> As I wrote, I can use ff 10.0.12 with no problems, except when I use any of the google sites with javascript enabled (my computer freezes, nothing works, keyboard, mouse. I can only turn off with the power button,). If I disable javascript my computer does not freeze.
> I have installed exeptq, but does not create the *. Trp. Nor are added popuplog.os2 entry.
> Before each test, I erase the firefox directory, located within my home (x: \ home \ mozilla.org \ "firefox")
> I could see that freezes when it appears the button to log on to google. I do not think that is relevant

That is weird. My first thought is a hardware problem. What is your
hardware?
I take it that it is the program directory you are deleting, have you
tried a fresh profile? Start firefox -profilemanager and create a new one.
Also try turning off the JavaScript JIT by going to about:config, enter
jit in the filter box and right click on
javascript.options.methodjit.chrome and toggle it to false. Likewise
with javascript.options.methodjit.content and test.
Dave
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Re: FF 10.0.12 crash PC google javascript enabled

Roberto Calzavara
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[hidden email] wrote:

>> El lunes, 10 de junio de 2013 22:45:02 UTC-3, Dave Yeo  escribi?:
>>> Alfredo Fern?ndez D?az wrote:
>>>> Dave Yeo escribi?:
>>>>> Alfredo Fern?ndez D?az wrote:
>>>>>> libc06. However, Roberto said libc05 too, so I'd put that very high in
>>>>>> my checklist.
>>>>> I'd guess a simple typo.
>>>> Sure, but it's so little effort to make sure what libc and whatnot level
>>>> we're really at..
>>> FF 10.0.12 won't even start without libc065 and libc064 (for gcc
>>> library) installed. As the crash is happening when visiting Google with
>>> Javascript enabled, his libc DLLs are likely up to date.
>>> Dave
>> As I wrote, I can use ff 10.0.12 with no problems, except when I use any of the google sites with javascript enabled (my computer freezes, nothing works, keyboard, mouse. I can only turn off with the power button,). If I disable javascript my computer does not freeze.
>> I have installed exeptq, but does not create the *. Trp. Nor are added popuplog.os2 entry.
>> Before each test, I erase the firefox directory, located within my home (x: \ home \ mozilla.org \ "firefox")
>> I could see that freezes when it appears the button to log on to google. I do not think that is relevant
> That is weird. My first thought is a hardware problem.What is your
> hardware?
> I take it that it is the program directory you are deleting, have you
> tried a fresh profile? Start firefox -profilemanager and create a new one.
> Also try turning off the JavaScript JIT by going to about:config, enter
> jit in the filter box and right click on
> javascript.options.methodjit.chrome and toggle it to false. Likewise
> with javascript.options.methodjit.content and test.
> Dave
My hardware:
Motherboard: Intel d945gclf
(http://ark.intel.com/products/42490/Intel-Desktop-Board-D945GCLF)
Memory:1gb
Ethernet. RTL8139
If can help, I can send a pci.exe detection

The deleted directory, is the profile (SET MOZILLA_HOME=g:\home).

I create a new profile, as you said.  (no solve a problem)
javascript.options.methodjit.chrome to false.  (no solve a problem)
javascript.options.methodjit.content to false.  (no solve a problem)
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Dave Yeo-3
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Roberto Calzavara wrote:

> [hidden email] wrote:
>>> El lunes, 10 de junio de 2013 22:45:02 UTC-3, Dave Yeo escribi?:
>>>> Alfredo Fern?ndez D?az wrote:
>>>>> Dave Yeo escribi?:
>>>>>> Alfredo Fern?ndez D?az wrote:
>>>>>>> libc06. However, Roberto said libc05 too, so I'd put that very
>>>>>>> high in
>>>>>>> my checklist.
>>>>>> I'd guess a simple typo.
>>>>> Sure, but it's so little effort to make sure what libc and whatnot
>>>>> level
>>>>> we're really at..
>>>> FF 10.0.12 won't even start without libc065 and libc064 (for gcc
>>>> library) installed. As the crash is happening when visiting Google with
>>>> Javascript enabled, his libc DLLs are likely up to date.
>>>> Dave
>>> As I wrote, I can use ff 10.0.12 with no problems, except when I use
>>> any of the google sites with javascript enabled (my computer freezes,
>>> nothing works, keyboard, mouse. I can only turn off with the power
>>> button,). If I disable javascript my computer does not freeze.
>>> I have installed exeptq, but does not create the *. Trp. Nor are
>>> added popuplog.os2 entry.
>>> Before each test, I erase the firefox directory, located within my
>>> home (x: \ home \ mozilla.org \ "firefox")
>>> I could see that freezes when it appears the button to log on to
>>> google. I do not think that is relevant
>> That is weird. My first thought is a hardware problem.What is your
>> hardware?
>> I take it that it is the program directory you are deleting, have you
>> tried a fresh profile? Start firefox -profilemanager and create a new
>> one.
>> Also try turning off the JavaScript JIT by going to about:config, enter
>> jit in the filter box and right click on
>> javascript.options.methodjit.chrome and toggle it to false. Likewise
>> with javascript.options.methodjit.content and test.
>> Dave
> My hardware:
> Motherboard: Intel d945gclf
> (http://ark.intel.com/products/42490/Intel-Desktop-Board-D945GCLF)
> Memory:1gb
> Ethernet. RTL8139
> If can help, I can send a pci.exe detection
>
> The deleted directory, is the profile (SET MOZILLA_HOME=g:\home).
>
> I create a new profile, as you said. (no solve a problem)
> javascript.options.methodjit.chrome to false. (no solve a problem)
> javascript.options.methodjit.content to false. (no solve a problem)

I was curious about your CPU as much as anything. Can you download
http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?button=Search&key=cpuinfo.zip&dir=%2F (currently
in incoming) and post the result?
Dave
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> Roberto Calzavara wrote:
>> [hidden email] wrote:
>>>> El lunes, 10 de junio de 2013 22:45:02 UTC-3, Dave Yeo escribi?:
>>>>> Alfredo Fern?ndez D?az wrote:
>>>>>> Dave Yeo escribi?:
>>>>>>> Alfredo Fern?ndez D?az wrote:
>>>>>>>> libc06. However, Roberto said libc05 too, so I'd put that very
>>>>>>>> high in
>>>>>>>> my checklist.
>>>>>>> I'd guess a simple typo.
>>>>>> Sure, but it's so little effort to make sure what libc and whatnot
>>>>>> level
>>>>>> we're really at..
>>>>> FF 10.0.12 won't even start without libc065 and libc064 (for gcc
>>>>> library) installed. As the crash is happening when visiting Google with
>>>>> Javascript enabled, his libc DLLs are likely up to date.
>>>>> Dave
>>>> As I wrote, I can use ff 10.0.12 with no problems, except when I use
>>>> any of the google sites with javascript enabled (my computer freezes,
>>>> nothing works, keyboard, mouse. I can only turn off with the power
>>>> button,). If I disable javascript my computer does not freeze.
>>>> I have installed exeptq, but does not create the *. Trp. Nor are
>>>> added popuplog.os2 entry.
>>>> Before each test, I erase the firefox directory, located within my
>>>> home (x: \ home \ mozilla.org \ "firefox")
>>>> I could see that freezes when it appears the button to log on to
>>>> google. I do not think that is relevant
>>> That is weird. My first thought is a hardware problem.What is your
>>> hardware?
>>> I take it that it is the program directory you are deleting, have you
>>> tried a fresh profile? Start firefox -profilemanager and create a new
>>> one.
>>> Also try turning off the JavaScript JIT by going to about:config, enter
>>> jit in the filter box and right click on
>>> javascript.options.methodjit.chrome and toggle it to false. Likewise
>>> with javascript.options.methodjit.content and test.
>>> Dave
>> My hardware:
>> Motherboard: Intel d945gclf
>> (http://ark.intel.com/products/42490/Intel-Desktop-Board-D945GCLF)
>> Memory:1gb
>> Ethernet. RTL8139
>> If can help, I can send a pci.exe detection
>>
>> The deleted directory, is the profile (SET MOZILLA_HOME=g:\home).
>>
>> I create a new profile, as you said. (no solve a problem)
>> javascript.options.methodjit.chrome to false. (no solve a problem)
>> javascript.options.methodjit.content to false. (no solve a problem)
> I was curious about your CPU as much as anything. Can you download
> http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?button=Search&key=cpuinfo.zip&dir=%2F (currently
> in incoming) and post the result?
> Dave
>

Thank you for your interest on help me

DC945GCLF MAINBOARD
vendor_id : GenuineIntel
cpu family : 6
model : 28
stepping : 2
flags : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca cmov pat clflush dts acpi mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss ht tm pbe pni dtes64 monitor ds_cpl tm2 ssse3 cx16 xtpr pdcm movbe nx lm lahf_lm
cpu MHz : 1674.320
model name : Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU  230   @ 1.60GHz

Another symptom
(javascript enabled)
Loged on facebook, for initial seconds, the chat connection is availabe, then show can't connect to the chat, and try itself to reconnect.
(javascript disable)
Show the green light on chat, but don't expand when click on it




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07/16/13
   at 05:20 PM, Roberto Calzavara <[hidden email]> said:

>Another symptom
>(javascript enabled)
>Loged on facebook, for initial seconds, the chat connection is availabe,
>then show can't connect to the chat, and try itself to reconnect.
>(javascript disable)
>Show the green light on chat, but don't expand when click on it

I have a similar problem with FB chat and mozilla, all versions from 4.0
that I tried have that problem. Qupzilla works with FB chat, but sometimes
disconnects with cpu spiking to 100%.


Cheers, Bjorn.
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Dave Yeo-3
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Roberto Calzavara wrote:

>> I was curious about your CPU as much as anything. Can you download
>> http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?button=Search&key=cpuinfo.zip&dir=%2F
>> (currently
>> in incoming) and post the result?
>> Dave
>>
>
> Thank you for your interest on help me
>
> DC945GCLF MAINBOARD
> vendor_id    : GenuineIntel
> cpu family    : 6
> model        : 28
> stepping    : 2
> flags        : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca
> cmov pat clflush dts acpi mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss ht tm pbe pni dtes64
> monitor ds_cpl tm2 ssse3 cx16 xtpr pdcm movbe nx lm lahf_lm
> cpu MHz        : 1674.320
> model name    : Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU  230   @ 1.60GHz

Sorry for taking so long to reply. I can't see anything that would cause
hangs with your Atom chip.
The only other thing I can think of is your virtualaddress limit. What
is it? Generally 1536 is good but if yours is already set to that you
might try adjusting it down to 1024 and if higher definitely try
adjusting it down. You might also look in the BIOS to see how much
memory is dedicated to your graphics and if a high number also adjust it
down.

>
> Another symptom
> (javascript enabled)
> Loged on facebook, for initial seconds, the chat connection is availabe,
> then show can't connect to the chat, and try itself to reconnect.
> (javascript disable)
> Show the green light on chat, but don't expand when click on it

I suspect that some of these problems are server side where the page
misinterprets our browser as a mobile browser and serves up the wrong
JavaScript. This could be tested by changing the user agent string with
an add-on. Same applies to Bjorn.
Dave
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Dave Yeo-3
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Roberto Calzavara wrote:
> I was curious about your CPU as much as anything. Can you download
> http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?button=Search&key=cpuinfo.zip&dir=%2F (currently
>
> in incoming) and post the result?

One fear that I have is that eventually someone with an AVX capable CPU
is going to run into code that attempts to use AVX and our Kernel will
not handle it as more registers need to be saved during a context
switch. The newest Intel chips support AvX
Dave
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Roberto Calzavara
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>>> I was curious about your CPU as much as anything. Can you download
>>> http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?button=Search&key=cpuinfo.zip&dir=%2F
>>> (currently
>>> in incoming) and post the result?
>>> Dave
>>>
>> Thank you for your interest on help me
>>
>> DC945GCLF MAINBOARD
>> vendor_id    : GenuineIntel
>> cpu family    : 6
>> model        : 28
>> stepping    : 2
>> flags        : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca
>> cmov pat clflush dts acpi mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss ht tm pbe pni dtes64
>> monitor ds_cpl tm2 ssse3 cx16 xtpr pdcm movbe nx lm lahf_lm
>> cpu MHz        : 1674.320
>> model name    : Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU  230   @ 1.60GHz
> Sorry for taking so long to reply. I can't see anything that would cause
> hangs with your Atom chip.
> The only other thing I can think of is your virtualaddress limit. What
> is it? Generally 1536 is good but if yours is already set to that you
> might try adjusting it down to 1024 and if higher definitely try
> adjusting it down. You might also look in the BIOS to see how much
> memory is dedicated to your graphics and if a high number also adjust it
> down.

No Problem. Thank you againg

I reduced VIRTUALADDRESSLIMIT=1024 and solved!!!
I can't reduce dedicated memory to graphic lower than I set


>
>> Another symptom
>> (javascript enabled)
>> Loged on facebook, for initial seconds, the chat connection is availabe,
>> then show can't connect to the chat, and try itself to reconnect.
>> (javascript disable)
>> Show the green light on chat, but don't expand when click on it
> I suspect that some of these problems are server side where the page
> misinterprets our browser as a mobile browser and serves up the wrong
> JavaScript. This could be tested by changing the user agent string with
> an add-on. Same applies to Bjorn.
> Dave
>
>
Yes you are right... I change to IE8, and appear the green light on  
chat windows, but can't chat
I prefer to no change user agent string. The chat appear as not
connected, but can use it.

Thank you very much

Pd. (OT)
Somebody know a list to consult How to install os/2 eCS, on UEFI bios
motherboard.
Best regards
Roberto

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Re: FF 10.0.12 crash PC google javascript enabled

Dave Yeo-3
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Roberto Calzavara wrote:

>> The only other thing I can think of is your virtualaddress limit. What
>> is it? Generally 1536 is good but if yours is already set to that you
>> might try adjusting it down to 1024 and if higher definitely try
>> adjusting it down. You might also look in the BIOS to see how much
>> memory is dedicated to your graphics and if a high number also adjust it
>> down.
>
> No Problem. Thank you againg
>
> I reduced VIRTUALADDRESSLIMIT=1024 and solved!!!
> I can't reduce dedicated memory to graphic lower than I set

Probably the Google JavaScript was just using enough memory to conflict
with some used by your hardware, maybe video.
Lowering gives you a bit less available memory (you could slowly
increase it until it crashes) but better then a hard lockup.

>
>
>>
>>> Another symptom
>>> (javascript enabled)
>>> Loged on facebook, for initial seconds, the chat connection is availabe,
>>> then show can't connect to the chat, and try itself to reconnect.
>>> (javascript disable)
>>> Show the green light on chat, but don't expand when click on it
>> I suspect that some of these problems are server side where the page
>> misinterprets our browser as a mobile browser and serves up the wrong
>> JavaScript. This could be tested by changing the user agent string with
>> an add-on. Same applies to Bjorn.
>> Dave
>>
>>
> Yes you are right... I change to IE8, and appear the green light on
> chat windows, but can't chat
> I prefer to no change user agent string. The chat appear as not
> connected, but can use it.
>
> Thank you very much
>
> Pd. (OT)
> Somebody know a list to consult How to install os/2 eCS, on UEFI bios
> motherboard.

I don't think you can yet except by installing Linux or such and
installing into virtual box. This sometimes actually gives you better
performance as everything is running in native mode whereas installing
directly on hardware often means running drivers etc in legacy mode (if
they even have a legacy setting)
Dave
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Peter Brown-2
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Hi Roberto

Roberto Calzavara wrote:

>
>>>> I was curious about your CPU as much as anything. Can you download
>>>> http://hobbes.nmsu.edu/h-search.php?button=Search&key=cpuinfo.zip&dir=%2F
>>>>
>>>> (currently
>>>> in incoming) and post the result?
>>>> Dave
>>>>
>>> Thank you for your interest on help me
>>>
>>> DC945GCLF MAINBOARD
>>> vendor_id : GenuineIntel
>>> cpu family : 6
>>> model : 28
>>> stepping : 2
>>> flags : fpu vme de pse tsc msr pae mce cx8 apic sep mtrr pge mca
>>> cmov pat clflush dts acpi mmx fxsr sse sse2 ss ht tm pbe pni dtes64
>>> monitor ds_cpl tm2 ssse3 cx16 xtpr pdcm movbe nx lm lahf_lm
>>> cpu MHz : 1674.320
>>> model name : Intel(R) Atom(TM) CPU 230 @ 1.60GHz
>> Sorry for taking so long to reply. I can't see anything that would cause
>> hangs with your Atom chip.
>> The only other thing I can think of is your virtualaddress limit. What
>> is it? Generally 1536 is good but if yours is already set to that you
>> might try adjusting it down to 1024 and if higher definitely try
>> adjusting it down. You might also look in the BIOS to see how much
>> memory is dedicated to your graphics and if a high number also adjust it
>> down.
>
> No Problem. Thank you againg
>
> I reduced VIRTUALADDRESSLIMIT=1024 and solved!!!
> I can't reduce dedicated memory to graphic lower than I set
>
>
>>
>>> Another symptom
>>> (javascript enabled)
>>> Loged on facebook, for initial seconds, the chat connection is availabe,
>>> then show can't connect to the chat, and try itself to reconnect.
>>> (javascript disable)
>>> Show the green light on chat, but don't expand when click on it
>> I suspect that some of these problems are server side where the page
>> misinterprets our browser as a mobile browser and serves up the wrong
>> JavaScript. This could be tested by changing the user agent string with
>> an add-on. Same applies to Bjorn.
>> Dave
>>
>>
> Yes you are right... I change to IE8, and appear the green light on chat
> windows, but can't chat
> I prefer to no change user agent string. The chat appear as not
> connected, but can use it.
>
> Thank you very much
>
> Pd. (OT)
> Somebody know a list to consult How to install os/2 eCS, on UEFI bios
> motherboard.



The posts I've seen about this state that the UEFI mainboard needs to
have a BIOS Compatibility setting which must be On.


Regards

Pete



> Best regards
> Roberto
>
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