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Post subject: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 12.08.2011, 22:44



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The Berlin wall was erected 50 years ago. There's an exhibition "Hinter der Mauer" about the village Klein-Glienicke. It has a website also with some press material, a.o. photo's. Most photo's are ok but one in particular is 'possessed'.

Best case: my browser (Iceweasel 5.0) flickers and comes to rest after a few seconds with a black page.
Medium case: X restarts, I'm at the desktop log-in prompt and my 2nd monitor needs to be switched off and on to bring it back.
Worst case: I save the pic and then open it in Iceweasel, system locks and I need the sys-req combinations to reboot. Opening the pic in Konqueror or Gwenview is no problem.

Want to try? Save your work, surf to
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http://www.hinter-der-mauer.de/presse/downloads
Under "Fotos" you can view pictures of the wall surrounding the village. The problem picture is "Doppelmauer am Waldrand".

Let me know how you fare.
 
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Post subject: RE: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 12.08.2011, 22:59
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iceweasel 7.0a2 with a single monitor (and no KDE) has no problem with the images…


P.S.: "Nobody has the intention of building a wall"

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Post subject: Re: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 12.08.2011, 23:18



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      CaesarTjal wrote:

Best case: my browser (Iceweasel 5.0) flickers and comes to rest after a few seconds with a black page.

I tried it onece and have exactly that effect (64bit iceweasel)
 
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Post subject: RE: Re: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 13.08.2011, 00:03
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No problem with anything on that page period or anything I throw at it, with my default browser 8.0a1 (2011-08-12) (firefox nightly)

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Post subject: RE: Re: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 13.08.2011, 00:15
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No problem on a 32bit Laptop. Interesting photo. Maybe your browser does not like the expansive metadata which is in this picture (I have never seen anything like that ... e.g. description in Korean!). The other pictures are cleaner.

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$ wget -qO - http://www.hinter-der-mauer.de/images/downloads/doppelmauer_am_waldrand.jpg | exiftool -fast -ExifTool Version Number         : 8.60
File Type                       : JPEG                                                                                                                       
MIME Type                       : image/jpeg                                                                                                                 
JFIF Version                    : 1.02                                                                                                                       
Exif Byte Order                 : Big-endian (Motorola, MM)                                                                                                 
Compression                     : Uncompressed                                                                                                               
Photometric Interpretation      : BlackIsZero                                                                                                               
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Samples Per Pixel               : 1                                                                                                                         
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IPTC Digest                     : 00000000000000000000000000000000
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Global Altitude                 : 30
Photoshop Thumbnail             : (Binary data 6979 bytes, use -b option to extract)
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Creator Tool                    : CMS/IMS Library
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Format                          : image/jpeg
Color Mode                      : Grayscale
ICC Profile Name                : Generic Gray Profile
Instance ID                     : xmp.iid:74117FB7200711688360DADBF5A220EC
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History Parameters              : from image/tiff to image/jpeg
History Changed                 : /
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Post subject: RE: Re: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 13.08.2011, 06:52



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No problem here : iceweasel 5.0-6, 64bit, single monitor

Interesting pictures

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Post subject: RE: Re: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 13.08.2011, 08:42



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Hallo CaesarTjalbo,
no problems with iceweasel 5.0, 32 bit on my laptop.
Greetings,
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Post subject: Re: RE: Re: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 13.08.2011, 15:43



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So it's an issue that's not exclusive to my setup (64-bit, Nvidia proprietary driver). The issue of the 2nd monitor going dark may have to do with a setting in X that switches it off when an application wants to go really full-screen, like a game that doesn't run in windowed mode.

It's all a bit too borderline to submit a bug report, especially seeing that users of development versions don't seem to have this problem. But you can imagine it's disturbing that some seemingly innocent content on the web is capable of killing my desktop, not just the application I use to access it.

      hubi wrote:
Maybe your browser does not like the expansive metadata which is in this picture (I have never seen anything like that ... e.g. description in Korean!). The other pictures are cleaner.
Good find! I've had Iceweasel complain before about a picture with errors, a picture which could be viewed without complaints by another program.

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Interesting pictures
They're fairly wide-spread. The actuality of the anniversary, the exposition and the curious circumstance of that village make it all newsworthy. I got the link through the BBC website but that particular village was also on the TV news here in the Netherlands.

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I don't know but I doubt it. Registered users != all the users Wink
 
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Post subject: Re: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 13.08.2011, 16:21



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      gerd wrote:
      CaesarTjal wrote:

Best case: my browser (Iceweasel 5.0) flickers and comes to rest after a few seconds with a black page.

I tried it onece and have exactly that effect (64bit iceweasel)


I cannot confirm this problem. Everything works ok on 5.0 IW, 64 bit, nouveau.

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Post subject: RE: Re: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 13.08.2011, 16:42



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I use nvidia proprietary and single monitor. Strange.
 
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Post subject: RE: Re: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 13.08.2011, 17:09
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Maybe an add-on is causing problems. Try the pic running iceweasel in safe mode (i.e. without addons):
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iceweasel --safe-mode
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Post subject: Re: RE: Re: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 13.08.2011, 21:42



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      hubi wrote:
Maybe an add-on is causing problems. Try the pic running iceweasel in safe mode (i.e. without addons):
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iceweasel --safe-mode
hubi
Nope and I use add-ons sparingly. Iceweasel tries to go full-screen, at least that's my impression because the flickering is over the entire screen (while my browser is smaller).

So in one tab i'm typing this, in another tab I've that pic (a black square). Went to that tab once, flicker again, after that the pic seems in the cache. It's repeatable but at least it doesn't throw me out of KDE anymore. No errors on the CLI.

edit: not so. Went to the tab again and found myself then on the log-in to KDE with my other screen dark (but seemingly receiving input according to the led).
 
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ouch !

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Post subject: RE: Re: RE: Re: Can you crash X?  PostPosted: 14.08.2011, 10:06



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I had no problems opening all photos in iceweasel. (64bit)

If you have problems with iceweasel, try to purge and reinstall all iceweasel packages. Also delete all *.mfasl files (maybe there is only XUL.mfasl) before starting iceweasel. You find this GUI-caching file in you iceweasel/firefox-profile.
 
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Just delete (after backing up)

/home/username/.mozilla

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