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While playing music on Youtube Music, Firefox crashes constantly. Report ID: bp-109245aa-a75f-4c81-8f9d-fec490230115

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Submitted a report after all these crashes, and I'm at a loss for how to troubleshoot this. If music isn't playing the browser seems fine, and I haven't changed any extensions between now and the last time I played music successfully without crashes. Guessing maybe a recent Firefox update happened?

Currently running Firefox 108.0 on PopOS 22.04 LTS with GNOME version 42.5 and using Wayland.

Submitted Report ID: bp-109245aa-a75f-4c81-8f9d-fec490230115

Looks like the crash is caused by a SIGSEGV / SEGV_MAPERR according to the report, but I don't know where to even begin looking into a cause of that.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Submitted a report after all these crashes, and I'm at a loss for how to troubleshoot this. If music isn't playing the browser seems fine, and I haven't changed any extensions between now and the last time I played music successfully without crashes. Guessing maybe a recent Firefox update happened? Currently running Firefox 108.0 on PopOS 22.04 LTS with GNOME version 42.5 and using Wayland. Submitted Report ID: bp-109245aa-a75f-4c81-8f9d-fec490230115 Looks like the crash is caused by a SIGSEGV / SEGV_MAPERR according to the report, but I don't know where to even begin looking into a cause of that. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

UPDATE:

Huh. Discovered that some recent kernel updates (6.0.6 to 6.0.12) caused issues with dkms and, more specifically, the evdi module which I had manually compiled a while ago to get my USB-C docking station to work properly. After manually updating evdi again and a few reboots, everything seems more stable now.

Problem resolved for now. Will report back if it occurs again after this.

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

UPDATE:

Huh. Discovered that some recent kernel updates (6.0.6 to 6.0.12) caused issues with dkms and, more specifically, the evdi module which I had manually compiled a while ago to get my USB-C docking station to work properly. After manually updating evdi again and a few reboots, everything seems more stable now.

Problem resolved for now. Will report back if it occurs again after this.

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