Since maybe version 29, my Firefox has become less stable than before and started to crash for seemingly no reason; sometimes it crashed shortly after started with few ta… (funda kabanzi)
Since maybe version 29, my Firefox has become less stable than before and started to crash for seemingly no reason; sometimes it crashed shortly after started with few tabs on, and sometimes it crashed when many tabs were open or (not constantly) with music playing. In short I cannot find an exact pattern by which crashes are triggered. Only one thing is certain, once it broke down, it kept crashing on every restart (even in safe mode or with the user preference directory reset by a complete removal), until a reboot.
I checked some threads, where people suggest that such random crashes may be caused by a flawed RAM, but I feel it unlikely because in this same system no other software (including Chromium) have shown similar problem, and on Windows the same computer Firefox (v31) has been rather stable.
Although it didn't happen frequently, the need to reboot the computer before Firefox gets usable again is really annoying. I appreciate a lot if anyone could give some hints, thanks.
base system: openSUSE 13.1 (Bottle) (i586) 32-bit
desktop: Gnome 3.10.2
cpu: AMD C-60 APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics × 2
Sorry I forgot the crash reports, here they are: