enigma at rick-net.com
Fri Mar 2 15:41:15 UTC 2007
> On 03/01/2007 07:04 PM, Steve Grace wrote:
>> I have Ubuntu 6.06. Evolution 2.6 no longer starts up; it crashes within a
>> second of being launched. The only possible cause I can think of is the new
>> security update to Firefox that I installed this morning (right after I last
>> used Evolution).
>> I was able to generate a backtrace but I don't know how to read it. I
>> couldn't find any obvious log files. Can someone point me to some things I
>> can try? Thanks.
> Checked the forums & found this:
> from davarino:
> Enter this code and you will eliminate this problem:
> cd /usr/lib
> sudo ln -s firefox/libfreebl3.so
> There is another thread running on this same issue... "evolution broken
> after Firefox and libnss3 update (070301)". Check it out... but the
> bottom line is: run the "ln" stuff and that ought to fix it. (Courtesy
> of smokeslikeapoet)
> This must be one of those Ubuntu "what were they thinking?" upgrades.
I received the same upgrades, and I didn't have any problem with
Evolution, even though I recently switched my email client to SeaMonkey.
I'm running Ubuntu 6.10 Edgy Eft, and GNOME desktop version 2.16.1 I
haven't done very much in the way of changing anything (yet) with the
kernel or any other function of Ubuntu or GNOME. Could it be (even
thought there is an acknowledgment there's a problem with the recent
security updates(s) for Firefox), there was something you added or
changed yourself that might have caused Evolution to crash, before the
update that now there's a new plugin downloaded and installed with Firefox?
"When you do the right thing,
most people won't notice".
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