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Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Dave Yeo-3
Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR should be uploaded to
netlabs. Just a few security updates and they updated the certificates.
Need the mzfntcfgft DLLs and libc065.
Dave
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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Felix Miata-2
On 2013-01-08 14:47 (GMT-0800) Dave Yeo composed:

> Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR should be uploaded to
> netlabs. Just a few security updates and they updated the certificates.
> Need the mzfntcfgft DLLs and libc065.

SM 2.7.12 running here, and Warpzilla Ports page updated. :-)
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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Dave Yeo-3
Felix Miata wrote:
> On 2013-01-08 14:47 (GMT-0800) Dave Yeo composed:
>
>> Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR should be uploaded to
>> netlabs. Just a few security updates and they updated the certificates.
>> Need the mzfntcfgft DLLs and libc065.
>
> SM 2.7.12 running here, and Warpzilla Ports page updated. :-)

Good, hopefully the others uploaded OK. I picked up a $5 laptop and went
to Starbucks to upload them and it lost the connection a couple of
times. 30 minutes compared to 24 hrs+ :)
Dave
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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

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In <[hidden email]>, on 01/08/13
   at 05:40 PM, Dave Yeo <[hidden email]> said:



>Felix Miata wrote:
>> On 2013-01-08 14:47 (GMT-0800) Dave Yeo composed:
>>
>>> Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR should be uploaded to
>>> netlabs. Just a few security updates and they updated the certificates.
>>> Need the mzfntcfgft DLLs and libc065.
>>
>> SM 2.7.12 running here, and Warpzilla Ports page updated. :-)

>Good, hopefully the others uploaded OK. I picked up a $5 laptop and went
>to Starbucks to upload them and it lost the connection a couple of
>times. 30 minutes compared to 24 hrs+ :)


Firefox works too.

>Dave
Cheers, Bjorn.
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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Curtis-21
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I've had two traps so far...  I'm assuming it's a flash plugin problem...

  Exception C0000005 - Access Violation
______________________________________________________________________

  Process:  C:\PROGRAMS\FIREFOX\FIREFOX.EXE
  PID:      75 (117)
  TID:      01 (1)
  Priority: 200

  Filename: C:\ECS\DLL\LIBC065.DLL
  Address:  005B:244C999E (0000:FFFFFFFF)
  Cause:    Attempted to read from 48993500
            (unallocated memory)
  Code:     failing instruction can not be disassembled

______________________________________________________________________

  Registers
______________________________________________________________________

  EAX : 244C9A80   EBX  : 25892FC0   ECX : 0012DF3C   EDX  : 244C999C
  ESI : 0012DF3C   EDI  : 175764A8
  ESP : 0012DDFC   EBP  : 2EBAC060   EIP : 244C999E   EFLG : 00050A82
  CS  : 005B       CSLIM: FFFFFFFF   SS  : 0053       SSLIM: FFFFFFFF
  DS  : 0053       ES   : 0053       FS  : 150B       GS   : 0000

  EAX : read/write memory allocated by LIBC065
  EBX : read/write memory allocated by LIBC065
  ECX : read/write memory on this thread's stack
  EDX : read/write memory allocated by LIBC065
  ESI : read/write memory on this thread's stack
  EDI : read/write memory at 0002:000964A8 in XUL

______________________________________________________________________

  Stack Info for Thread 01
______________________________________________________________________

    Size       Base        ESP         Max         Top
  00100000   00130000 -> 0012DDFC -> 00116000 -> 00030000

______________________________________________________________________

  Call Stack
______________________________________________________________________

    EBP     Address    Module     Obj:Offset    Nearest Public Symbol
  --------  ---------  --------  -------------  -----------------------
  Trap  ->  244C999E   *Unknown*

  2EBAC060  00000001   Invalid address: 00000001

Second One:

Exception C0000005 - Access Violation
______________________________________________________________________

  Process:  C:\PROGRAMS\FIREFOX\FIREFOX.EXE
  PID:      53 (83)
  TID:      01 (1)
  Priority: 200

  Filename: C:\ECS\DLL\LIBC065.DLL
  Address:  005B:297A3F1C (0000:FFFFFFFF)
  Cause:    Unknown access fault
  Code:     failing instruction can not be disassembled

______________________________________________________________________

  Registers
______________________________________________________________________

  EAX : 297A3FC0   EBX  : 294CE990   ECX : 0012CE9C   EDX  : 297A3F1C
  ESI : 0012CE9C   EDI  : 175E64A8
  ESP : 0012CD5C   EBP  : 27A8C8A0   EIP : 297A3F1C   EFLG : 00050202
  CS  : 005B       CSLIM: FFFFFFFF   SS  : 0053       SSLIM: FFFFFFFF
  DS  : 0053       ES   : 0053       FS  : 150B       GS   : 0000

  EAX : read/write memory allocated by LIBC065
  EBX : read/write memory allocated by LIBC065
  ECX : read/write memory on this thread's stack
  EDX : read/write memory allocated by LIBC065
  ESI : read/write memory on this thread's stack
  EDI : read/write memory at 0002:000964A8 in XUL

______________________________________________________________________

  Stack Info for Thread 01
______________________________________________________________________

    Size       Base        ESP         Max         Top
  00100000   00130000 -> 0012CD5C -> 00113000 -> 00030000

______________________________________________________________________

  Call Stack
______________________________________________________________________

    EBP     Address    Module     Obj:Offset    Nearest Public Symbol
  --------  ---------  --------  -------------  -----------------------
  Trap  ->  297A3F1C   *Unknown*

  27A8C8A0  00000001   Invalid address: 00000001


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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Dave Yeo-3
On 01/09/13 07:09 am, Curtis wrote:
> I've had two traps so far...  I'm assuming it's a flash plugin problem...

I had traps in the plugin loading code until I reran odininst, something
I hadn't done in quite a while. I'd assume something changed enough in
Odin to need the registry updated.
It's good if you can also post the first few labels on the stack
Dave

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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Curtis-21
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Re-ran the odininst..  I'll let you know if this helps.  Thanks


  Labels on the Stack
______________________________________________________________________

    ESP     Address    Module     Obj:Offset    Nearest Public Symbol
  --------  ---------  --------  -------------  -----------------------
  0012CD5C  16D18097   XUL       0001:01068097  between
gfxSubimageSurface::~gfxSubimageSurface + 397 and
nsJSNPRuntime::OnPluginDestroy - 209  (both in nsJSNPRuntime.o)
  0012CD7C  16F20FB0   XUL       0001:01270FB0  between
_PL_DHashTableOperate + 460 and
mozilla::BlockingResourceBase::kResourceTypeName - 60  (in pldhash.o and
BlockingResourceBase.o)
  0012CD80  16F37650   XUL       0001:01287650  between
nsIObserver::COMTypeInfo::kIID + 10 and
nsObserverService::NotifyObservers - 10  (in nsObserverList.o and
nsObserverService.o)
  0012CD8C  1DA80116   NSPR4     0001:00020116  between
_PR_GetCurrentThread + 19 and _PR_Interrupt - 2  (both in prcthr.o)
  0012CD9C  16F6EF18   XUL       0001:012BEF18  between
nsThreadManager::GetIsMainThread + 8 and nsThreadManager::GetMainThread
- 18  (both in nsThreadManager.o)
  0012CDA4  16D1827C   XUL       0001:0106827C  between
gfxSubimageSurface::~gfxSubimageSurface + 57C and
nsJSNPRuntime::OnPluginDestroy - 24  (both in nsJSNPRuntime.o)
  0012CDDC  16F2092B   XUL       0001:0127092B  between
_PL_DHashTableEnumerate + 8B and _PL_DHashTableDestroy - C5  (both in
pldhash.o)
  0012CE18  16CF98A4   XUL       0001:010498A4  between
nsNPAPIPlugin::CreatePluginInstance + 64 and NS_NotifyPluginCall - 2C
(both in nsNPAPIPlugin.o)
  0012CE2C  16D1836B   XUL       0001:0106836B  between
nsJSNPRuntime::OnPluginDestroy + CB and nsNPObjWrapper::GetNewOrUsed -
3D5  (both in nsJSNPRuntime.o)
  0012CE34  16D18030   XUL       0001:01068030  between
gfxSubimageSurface::~gfxSubimageSurface + 330 and
nsJSNPRuntime::OnPluginDestroy - 270  (both in nsJSNPRuntime.o)
  0012CE40  00010011   FIREFOX   0001:00000011  between __text + 11 and
_main - 16F  (in {standard input} and nsBrowserApp.o)
  0012CE64  1E0AFA61   LIBC065   0001:0004FA61




  Labels on the Stack
______________________________________________________________________

    ESP     Address    Module     Obj:Offset    Nearest Public Symbol
  --------  ---------  --------  -------------  -----------------------
  0012DDFC  14C38097   XUL       0001:01068097  between
gfxSubimageSurface::~gfxSubimageSurface + 397 and
nsJSNPRuntime::OnPluginDestroy - 209  (both in nsJSNPRuntime.o)
  0012DE1C  14E40FB0   XUL       0001:01270FB0  between
_PL_DHashTableOperate + 460 and
mozilla::BlockingResourceBase::kResourceTypeName - 60  (in pldhash.o and
BlockingResourceBase.o)
  0012DE20  14E57650   XUL       0001:01287650  between
nsIObserver::COMTypeInfo::kIID + 10 and
nsObserverService::NotifyObservers - 10  (in nsObserverList.o and
nsObserverService.o)
  0012DE2C  1DA60116   NSPR4     0001:00020116  between
_PR_GetCurrentThread + 19 and _PR_Interrupt - 2  (both in prcthr.o)
  0012DE3C  14E8EF18   XUL       0001:012BEF18  between
nsThreadManager::GetIsMainThread + 8 and nsThreadManager::GetMainThread
- 18  (both in nsThreadManager.o)
  0012DE44  14C3827C   XUL       0001:0106827C  between
gfxSubimageSurface::~gfxSubimageSurface + 57C and
nsJSNPRuntime::OnPluginDestroy - 24  (both in nsJSNPRuntime.o)
  0012DE7C  14E4092B   XUL       0001:0127092B  between
_PL_DHashTableEnumerate + 8B and _PL_DHashTableDestroy - C5  (both in
pldhash.o)
  0012DEB8  14C198A4   XUL       0001:010498A4  between
nsNPAPIPlugin::CreatePluginInstance + 64 and NS_NotifyPluginCall - 2C
(both in nsNPAPIPlugin.o)
  0012DECC  14C3836B   XUL       0001:0106836B  between
nsJSNPRuntime::OnPluginDestroy + CB and nsNPObjWrapper::GetNewOrUsed -
3D5  (both in nsJSNPRuntime.o)

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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Dave Yeo-3
Curtis wrote:
> Re-ran the odininst..  I'll let you know if this helps.  Thanks

I'd say it is Flash related though I'm not that much of an expert
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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

kbr_nospam_
In <[hidden email]>, on 01/09/13
   at 04:11 PM, Dave Yeo <[hidden email]> said:

>Curtis wrote:
>> Re-ran the odininst..  I'll let you know if this helps.  Thanks

>I'd say it is Flash related though I'm not that much of an expert Dave

I reran odinst too. Didn't help with the crashes. Aside from the Flash
plugin Firefox is very stable. It does have some quirks, like for some
sites buttons to 'enter' text in boxes don't work. In those rare cases I
use qupzilla. Also the Facebook chat still won't connect.

Btw, is there any way the 'community' can help you with the internet
problems?

Cheers, Bjorn.
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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Steve Wendt
On 1/9/2013 5:07 PM, [hidden email] wrote:

> Btw, is there any way the 'community' can help you with the internet
> problems?

Gas money to get to Starbucks?  :-p

Dave said previously that he lives in the (Canadian!) jungle, and nobody
provides any kind of usable service to his location - not even satellite.

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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Dave Yeo-3
Steve Wendt wrote:

> On 1/9/2013 5:07 PM, [hidden email] wrote:
>
>> Btw, is there any way the 'community' can help you with the internet
>> problems?
>
> Gas money to get to Starbucks? :-p
>
> Dave said previously that he lives in the (Canadian!) jungle, and nobody
> provides any kind of usable service to his location - not even satellite.
>

The problem is the trees and mountains. There is a wireless provider now
but I'm in a hollow. Trees and mountain screw up the satellite reception
not to mention the rain. Probably had well over a 100mms last night :)
Starbucks worked pretty good, for the price of a page of commercials I
uploaded all 3 files and updated the laptops SeaMonkey in under 1/2 an hour.
Dave
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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Steve Wendt
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On 01/08/13 02:47 pm, Dave Yeo wrote:

> SeaMonkey 10.12ESR should be uploaded to netlabs.

Today I was surprised to see that the URLbar search feature was going to
use Yahoo; I was further surprised to see that the only search engines
present were Yahoo, Creative Commons, and Wikipedia.  Is it a local
problem, or a build issue?
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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Dave Yeo-3
On 01/12/13 06:48 pm, Steve Wendt wrote:
> On 01/08/13 02:47 pm, Dave Yeo wrote:
>
>> SeaMonkey 10.12ESR should be uploaded to netlabs.
>
> Today I was surprised to see that the URLbar search feature was going to
> use Yahoo; I was further surprised to see that the only search engines
> present were Yahoo, Creative Commons, and Wikipedia. Is it a local
> problem, or a build issue?

It has always used Google here.
Dave

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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Steve Wendt
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On 01/12/13 07:30 pm, Dave Yeo wrote:

>> Today I was surprised to see that the URLbar search feature was going to
>> use Yahoo; I was further surprised to see that the only search engines
>> present were Yahoo, Creative Commons, and Wikipedia. Is it a local
>> problem, or a build issue?
>
> It has always used Google here.

Local problem, apparently.  I blew it away and unzipped again, noting
that searchplugins from the archive did indeed contain google.xml.
Starting it up again, default is correctly back to using Google.
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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Dave Yeo-3
Steve Wendt wrote:

> On 01/12/13 07:30 pm, Dave Yeo wrote:
>
>>> Today I was surprised to see that the URLbar search feature was going to
>>> use Yahoo; I was further surprised to see that the only search engines
>>> present were Yahoo, Creative Commons, and Wikipedia. Is it a local
>>> problem, or a build issue?
>>
>> It has always used Google here.
>
> Local problem, apparently.  I blew it away and unzipped again, noting
> that searchplugins from the archive did indeed contain google.xml.
> Starting it up again, default is correctly back to using Google.

Good, because I just realized I never did test the archive I uploaded :)
After a few days of testing I remembered to update the README.
Dave
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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Brendan McCullough
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Dave Yeo wrote:
> Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR should be uploaded to
> netlabs. Just a few security updates and they updated the certificates.
> Need the mzfntcfgft DLLs and libc065.
> Dave

Thank you for continuing with the updates!

I glossed over the requirement for the mzfntcfgft dll's and spent a few
days wondering what was wrong.  Maybe this new requirement could be
given more prominence?

A change I have noticed is that the mail folders with new content are no
longer bolded - either the name of the folder or the new content within
it.  The folders still show the total number of new messages though.
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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Dave Yeo-3
Brendan McCullough wrote:

> Dave Yeo wrote:
>> Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR should be uploaded to
>> netlabs. Just a few security updates and they updated the certificates.
>> Need the mzfntcfgft DLLs and libc065.
>> Dave
>
> Thank you for continuing with the updates!
>
> I glossed over the requirement for the mzfntcfgft dll's and spent a few
> days wondering what was wrong. Maybe this new requirement could be given
> more prominence?

Not sure how we could have made it more prominent.

>
> A change I have noticed is that the mail folders with new content are no
> longer bolded - either the name of the folder or the new content within
> it. The folders still show the total number of new messages though.

I haven't seen that and no-one else has mentioned it. There was only 3
commits to comm-esr10 (not counting tags) of which only one might have
affected OS/2 (avoiding an uninitialized variable) so good chance it is
a problem in your profile
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Steve Wendt
On 1/14/2013 7:12 PM, Dave Yeo wrote:

>> A change I have noticed is that the mail folders with new content are no
>> longer bolded - either the name of the folder or the new content within
>> it. The folders still show the total number of new messages though.
>
> I haven't seen that and no-one else has mentioned it. There was only 3
> commits to comm-esr10 (not counting tags) of which only one might have
> affected OS/2 (avoiding an uninitialized variable) so good chance it is
> a problem in your profile

The only time I have seen that is with userContent.css overrides.

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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Brendan McCullough
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Dave Yeo wrote:

> Brendan McCullough wrote:
>> Dave Yeo wrote:
>>> Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR should be uploaded to
>>> netlabs. Just a few security updates and they updated the certificates.
>>> Need the mzfntcfgft DLLs and libc065.
>>> Dave
>>
>> Thank you for continuing with the updates!
>>
>> I glossed over the requirement for the mzfntcfgft dll's and spent a few
>> days wondering what was wrong. Maybe this new requirement could be given
>> more prominence?
>
> Not sure how we could have made it more prominent.

Well, for example we have had the libc065 requirement for awhile but the
mzfntcfgft is new and yet they are mentioned in the same breath.  Still
my error I agree.

>
>>
>> A change I have noticed is that the mail folders with new content are no
>> longer bolded - either the name of the folder or the new content within
>> it. The folders still show the total number of new messages though.
>
> I haven't seen that and no-one else has mentioned it. There was only 3
> commits to comm-esr10 (not counting tags) of which only one might have
> affected OS/2 (avoiding an uninitialized variable) so good chance it is
> a problem in your profile
> Dave

I thought so too so I went back to the 10.11 release (that doesn't have
mzfntcfgft) and the former behaviour returned.

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Re: Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR

Ray Davison
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Dave Yeo wrote:
> Firefox, SeaMonkey and Thunderbird 10.12ESR should be uploaded to
> netlabs. Just a few security updates and they updated the certificates.
> Need the mzfntcfgft DLLs and libc065.

Is this the mzfntcfgft you are referring to?  I don't find any dlls in it.

https://bitbucket.org/dryeo/mzfntcfgft/get/e1013b8bfca5.zip

dryeo-mzfntcfgft-e1013b8bfca5.zip

Ray
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