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ESR 102.10.0 crashes every other launch on Debian

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Updated. See bottom for up-to-date question.

Hello! :) I'm on a pretty fresh install of Debian bullseye. Immediately after launching Firefox ESR, it crashes. Not always, but every ~2nd launch. The Mozilla Crash Reporter "We're Sorry" appears and the crash looks like this in terminal: mars@desktop:~/Desktop$ firefox ExceptionHandler::GenerateDump cloned child 83677 ExceptionHandler::SendContinueSignalToChild sent continue signal to child ExceptionHandler::WaitForContinueSignal waiting for continue signal... mars@desktop:~/Desktop$

I tried making a fresh profile without addons/settings, and it still crashes but less at every ~6-7th launch. However, it does not crash in safe mode, though visiting websites while in safe mode is laggy. Here is the terminal of safe-mode: Missing chrome or resource URL: resource://gre/modules/UpdateListener.jsm Missing chrome or resource URL: resource://gre/modules/UpdateListener.sys.mjs Missing chrome or resource URL: resource://gre/modules/UpdateListener.jsm Missing chrome or resource URL: resource://gre/modules/UpdateListener.sys.mjs Sandbox: Unexpected EOF, op 0 flags 00 path /proc/cpuinfo

Any idea? Thanks in advance!

Extra observations:

  • Didn't have these issues with Firefox on Fedora (Wayland) and Gentoo.
  • Toggling Caps Lock takes about half a second to activate/deactivate in Firefox, resulting in a lot of accidentally capitalized letters.
  • Generally, Firefox seems pretty slow and scrolling through items/websites with images is a bit choppy. Websites load slower compared to my forementioned distros.
  • Not sure if it matters, but I installed Debian with automatic/guided (encrypted LVM) and noticed after that my swap size is only 980 MB when my RAM is 16 GB. Just mentioning it in case it's relevant.

System info:

  • DE: XFCE with x11.
  • Kernel: 5.10.0-21-amd64.
  • GPU: NVIDIA contrib non-free driver. Force Composition Pipeline ON. Allow Flipping OFF. TripleBuffer ON.
  • CPU: Intel i5 6600K

UPDATE: I found the cause of the crash. If I enable Use hardware acceleration when available, Firefox crashes on launch. If I disable it, it doesn't crash which is nice. BUT, it leads to unbearable lag and puts my CPU usage to 70-100% when dealing with videos or images. This exact thing happens on two fresh installs on different SSDs.

Any advice? Do I need some additional drivers for my Debian install? Thanks!

Info:

  • Debian Bullseye.
  • Firefox ESR 102.10.0.
  • GTX 970 w/ proprietary nvidia-driver.
  • GNOME on X11.
'''Updated. See bottom for up-to-date question.''' Hello! :) I'm on a pretty fresh install of Debian bullseye. Immediately after launching Firefox ESR, it crashes. Not always, but every ~2nd launch. The Mozilla Crash Reporter "We're Sorry" appears and the crash looks like this in terminal: mars@desktop:~/Desktop$ firefox ExceptionHandler::GenerateDump cloned child 83677 ExceptionHandler::SendContinueSignalToChild sent continue signal to child ExceptionHandler::WaitForContinueSignal waiting for continue signal... mars@desktop:~/Desktop$ I tried making a fresh profile without addons/settings, and it still crashes but less at every ~6-7th launch. However, it does not crash in safe mode, though visiting websites while in safe mode is laggy. Here is the terminal of safe-mode: Missing chrome or resource URL: resource://gre/modules/UpdateListener.jsm Missing chrome or resource URL: resource://gre/modules/UpdateListener.sys.mjs Missing chrome or resource URL: resource://gre/modules/UpdateListener.jsm Missing chrome or resource URL: resource://gre/modules/UpdateListener.sys.mjs Sandbox: Unexpected EOF, op 0 flags 00 path /proc/cpuinfo Any idea? Thanks in advance! Extra observations: * Didn't have these issues with Firefox on Fedora (Wayland) and Gentoo. * Toggling Caps Lock takes about half a second to activate/deactivate in Firefox, resulting in a lot of accidentally capitalized letters. * Generally, Firefox seems pretty slow and scrolling through items/websites with images is a bit choppy. Websites load slower compared to my forementioned distros. * Not sure if it matters, but I installed Debian with automatic/guided (encrypted LVM) and noticed after that my swap size is only 980 MB when my RAM is 16 GB. Just mentioning it in case it's relevant. System info: * DE: XFCE with x11. * Kernel: 5.10.0-21-amd64. * GPU: NVIDIA contrib non-free driver. Force Composition Pipeline ON. Allow Flipping OFF. TripleBuffer ON. * CPU: Intel i5 6600K ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- '''UPDATE:''' I found the cause of the crash. If I enable Use hardware acceleration when available, Firefox crashes on launch. If I disable it, it doesn't crash which is nice. BUT, it leads to unbearable lag and puts my CPU usage to 70-100% when dealing with videos or images. This exact thing happens on two fresh installs on different SSDs. Any advice? Do I need some additional drivers for my Debian install? Thanks! Info: * Debian Bullseye. * Firefox ESR 102.10.0. * GTX 970 w/ proprietary nvidia-driver. * GNOME on X11.

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UPDATE: I found the cause of the crash. If I enable "Use hardware acceleration when available", Firefox crashes on launch. If I disable it, it doesn't crash which is nice. BUT, it leads to unbearable lag and puts my CPU usage to 70-100% when dealing with videos or images. This exact thing happens on two fresh installs on different SSDs.

Any advice? Do I need some additional drivers for my Debian install? Thanks!

  • Debian Bullseye.
  • Firefox ESR 102.10.0.
  • GTX 970 w/ proprietary nvidia-driver.
  • GNOME on X11.

Upravil(a) lokofok126 dňa

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Is 102 from your distro? I have no issues with ESR. Try downloading Firefox from Mozilla. Download, unzip, and run firefox-bin from the folder and see if you have the same issue.

https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/all/#product-desktop-release