|Summary:||www/firefox-esr: Segmentation Fault with 78 and Dante package installed|
|Product:||Ports & Packages||Reporter:||Teran McKinney <sega01>|
|Component:||Individual Port(s)||Assignee:||freebsd-gecko (Nobody) <gecko>|
|Severity:||Affects Only Me||CC:||mikael|
Description Teran McKinney 2020-11-06 21:30:30 UTC
Hi, I compile my own packages with portmaster for AMD64. firefox-esr was working great for me until the bump to 78 in the 2020Q3 ports branch. firefox-esr builds fine, however when running it, I get a segmentation fault. This is on 12.2-RELEASE. All of my ports are up to date. What works: firefox --version DISPLAY=:9999 firefox will complaint the display is bad and exit as it should. What does not: firefox firefox --headless Both segmentation fault. Have this on two systems. I rebuilt the package with less options and had the same thing. What should I try next? Thank you!
Comment 1 Teran McKinney 2020-11-06 22:49:45 UTC
www/firefox also behaves the same way.
Comment 2 Jan Beich 2020-11-07 02:43:46 UTC
Check bug 243252. Without stacktrace and messages leading up to crash it's impossible to guess. There'd be a lot of noise on gecko@ list if this was a common issue. I can't reproduce inside 12.2 amd64 jail with locally built packages. pkg.freebsd.org provides packages built on 12.1 for both 12.1 and 12.2 but it's rarely an issue outside of *-kmod ports.
Comment 3 Teran McKinney 2020-11-07 04:30:55 UTC
Comment 4 Teran McKinney 2020-11-10 04:03:28 UTC
I have a 12.1 jail (albeit, built from source) that I just tried the upstream Firefox package with. firefox --headless segfaults in the jail on the 12.2 kernel (also built from source).
Comment 5 Jan Beich 2020-11-12 00:32:58 UTC
I've updated firefox to 83 in ports r554921. Check if it helps. Does it crash with a new profile or a separate HOME directory?
Comment 6 Teran McKinney 2020-11-14 20:18:44 UTC
I found the bug!!!!!!!! I spent hours and hours and hours on this one... If you install dante, Firefox segfaults and dies. Can you reproduce this? If I install dante, firefox fails. Remove, it's fine. Upstream or locally built Firefox, doesn't matter.
Comment 7 Teran McKinney 2021-01-21 20:07:59 UTC
Can anyone else confirm this behavior?