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05 Oct 2010   #121

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

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I haven't followed this thread much but what is the problem with Minefield exactly? I installed the latest build and it run perfectly fine.
I think people said something about it crashing on startup. I'm not sure as reading this made me stop myself from updating Minefield. Maybe I should just test it out...
Well, I cannot tell you whether you should or shouldn't but I can tell you that I am uneffected for it.

To those having the startup problems, try reportig the bugs to Mozilla if you haven't already. There may be a chance they have no clue about the bug!
To anyone still having problems with FF crashing on startup, try this, it seems to work

start minefield in safe mode
go into about:config
make sure these 2 line are set to false
javascript.options.methodjit.content
javascript.options.methodjit.chrome
restart minefield

Some have said that 1 line was set true and 1 false, just make sure both are set to false.

This has worked for me


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05 Oct 2010   #122

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Excellent. Well done Blongs

I thought I'd try a reinstall so I uninstalled Minefield and installed the nightly build for today but that still didn't solve the problem. It seemed that Minefield was trying to restart my last session and crashing.
So I followed your instructions and went into about:config

my "javascript.options.methodjit.content" was set to true so I toggled it to false and everything seems to be ok again.
I'm none the wiser as to why this should have happened in the first place though.
Also signed up for the nightly builds test programme and newsletter. That gives an opportunity to report bugs.

Thanks again for your excellent fix, John
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05 Oct 2010   #123

 
 

Not even trying Minefield x64 today. Last 3 days, installed, un-installed, clean install, etc..., etc...
Bug is still there so sticking with x86.

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=601355
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05 Oct 2010   #124

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

As has been mentioned many times in this thread, and on a few others, just stick with the October 1st nightly x64 build.

Try the updates. If they cause you to crash again, just reinstall the October 1st build again. It takes all of 2 minutes.

Until I get a new build (I try each nightly as it comes out) that lets me leave all of these settings on "true",
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I'm going to keep reverting back to the October 1st build.


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05 Oct 2010   #125

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by kpo6969 View Post
Not even trying Minefield x64 today. Last 3 days, installed, un-installed, clean install, etc..., etc...
Bug is still there so sticking with x86.

https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=601355
As per my previous post try this and you will be ok

start minefield in safe mode
go into about:config
make sure these 2 line are set to false
javascript.options.methodjit.content
javascript.options.methodjit.chrome
restart minefield

Some have said that 1 line was set true and 1 false, just make sure both are set to false.
My System SpecsSystem Spec
05 Oct 2010   #126

Windows 7 Home Premium x64
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkNovaGamer View Post
Well, I cannot tell you whether you should or shouldn't but I can tell you that I am uneffected for it.

To those having the startup problems, try reportig the bugs to Mozilla if you haven't already. There may be a chance they have no clue about the bug!
Lol, I decided to try it and guess what? I click on the icon in the taskbar only for a window to pop up and say "Minefield has stopped working."
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Blongs View Post
To anyone still having problems with FF crashing on startup, try this, it seems to work

start minefield in safe mode
go into about:config
make sure these 2 line are set to false
javascript.options.methodjit.content
javascript.options.methodjit.chrome
restart minefield

Some have said that 1 line was set true and 1 false, just make sure both are set to false.

This has worked for me
Thanks, this fixed the issue. Once a stable update comes out, I'm gonna revert it back.
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05 Oct 2010   #127

Windows 7 Home Premium 64 bit
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mikedl View Post
As has been mentioned many times in this thread, and on a few others, just stick with the October 1st nightly x64 build.

Try the updates. If they cause you to crash again, just reinstall the October 1st build again. It takes all of 2 minutes.

Until I get a new build (I try each nightly as it comes out) that lets me leave all of these settings on "true",
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I'm going to keep reverting back to the October 1st build.
Pardon my ignorance but why doe it matter that they are on true?

Blongs' fix worked fine for me.
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05 Oct 2010   #128

Windows 7 Ultimate, OS X 10.7, Ubuntu 11.04
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Klaw117 View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by DarkNovaGamer View Post
Well, I cannot tell you whether you should or shouldn't but I can tell you that I am uneffected for it.

To those having the startup problems, try reportig the bugs to Mozilla if you haven't already. There may be a chance they have no clue about the bug!
Lol, I decided to try it and guess what? I click on the icon in the taskbar only for a window to pop up and say "Minefield has stopped working."
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Blongs View Post
To anyone still having problems with FF crashing on startup, try this, it seems to work

start minefield in safe mode
go into about:config
make sure these 2 line are set to false
javascript.options.methodjit.content
javascript.options.methodjit.chrome
restart minefield

Some have said that 1 line was set true and 1 false, just make sure both are set to false.

This has worked for me
Thanks, this fixed the issue. Once a stable update comes out, I'm gonna revert it back.
That is why I won't tell someone if they should use a beta software that is not working for a good percentage of people.

I guess I am just lucky, it could also make a difference that I haven't had an installation of Firefox (minefield) on these two computers prior to 3 days ago (when I first installed both the 32-bit and 64-bit minefield).
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05 Oct 2010   #129

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by johnwillyums View Post
Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by mikedl View Post
As has been mentioned many times in this thread, and on a few others, just stick with the October 1st nightly x64 build.

Try the updates. If they cause you to crash again, just reinstall the October 1st build again. It takes all of 2 minutes.

Until I get a new build (I try each nightly as it comes out) that lets me leave all of these settings on "true",
Attachment 102367
I'm going to keep reverting back to the October 1st build.
Pardon my ignorance but why doe it matter that they are on true?

Blongs' fix worked fine for me.
Blongs' fix worked for me as well but I just didn't like setting YaegerMonkey code to "false". I actually have the new builds working with YaegerMonkey "chrome" set to false and YaegerMonkey "content" set to true (not both set to "false") but I had to set TraceMonkey "content" to false (see below - this works in the new nightlies):
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I guess I wasn't comfortable with that so I reverted to the October 1st build wherein I can leave them all set to "true" (see my post earlier).

Don't ask my why, as I have no pertinent reasoning, just a preference. Once the nightlies quit crashing with all of them set to "true," I'll quit reverting back to the October 1st build.

BTW, John, I have never thought of you as ignorant. I admire the knowledge you bring to these forums. In this case, perhaps it is I that is being ignorant in regard to my desire to have the settings all be true.


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05 Oct 2010   #130

Windows 7 Ultimate x64 SP1
 
 

Just tried the October 5th nightly. It's crashing still. Back on the October 1st build.
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