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    Default Firefox 9.0, script not responding

    Hello. On "The Daily Show" website, I see "script (name) not responding". I click cancel again with each new message(repeating). Sometimes it will finally allow me to watch a video. Other times, firefox freezes after about the 5th time.

    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - Political Comedy - Fake News | Comedy Central

    I have my system updated as of this post. Can someone help?

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord_valarian View Post
    Hello. On "The Daily Show" website, I see "script (name) not responding". I click cancel again with each new message(repeating). Sometimes it will finally allow me to watch a video. Other times, firefox freezes after about the 5th time.

    The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - Political Comedy - Fake News | Comedy Central

    I have my system updated as of this post. Can someone help?
    So I guess I am not seeing this problem using Firefox 9.0.1 though the Wild Turkey Whiskey commercial was interesting, as was the first video I watched. So, like most things, there is more to it. Java and flash can differ between openSUSE versions for instance. Can you tell us about your openSUSE installation, Desktop used and if you have checked out your multimedia lately?

    MMCHECK - Version 2.41 - Check Your Multimedia in 16 Steps - Bash Script File - Blogs - openSUSE Forums

    I got openSUSE 11.3, 11.4 and 12.1 along with (mostly) KDE and some GNOME loads. So I will go to the setup that is as close to yours as I can and see if the problem is there.

    Thank You,
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    I used the muli-media one-click install. This one I believe:

    Restricted formats/12.1 - openSUSE Community Wiki

    I have Suse 12.1 - KDE installed. I know how to save the info on the yast for installed software. Do you need javascript debugging? I have all the latest updates. What do you need?

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    Smile Re: Firefox 9.0, script not responding

    Quote Originally Posted by lord_valarian View Post
    I used the muli-media one-click install. This one I believe:

    Restricted formats/12.1 - openSUSE Community Wiki

    I have Suse 12.1 - KDE installed. I know how to save the info on the yast for installed software. Do you need javascript debugging? I have all the latest updates. What do you need?
    So, if you have never used the Free bash script called mmcheck, why not run it through its tests to see if there is anything missing. Now Java can no longer be obtained from Sun/Oracle as its not in the openSUSE 12.1 repositories. I have not used the sit you give to setup my codecs, but no matter the way, you still need to confirm what you have installed.

    MMCHECK - Version 2.41 - Check Your Multimedia in 16 Steps - Bash Script File - Blogs - openSUSE Forums

    Thank You,
    My Blog: https://forums.opensuse.org/blogs/jdmcdaniel3/

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    Default Firefox 9.0, script not responding

    #1: Dependencies of all installed packages are satisfied.

    #2:
    1) Packman-1 - http://packman.jacobs-university.de/....?/Essentials/
    2) Packman-2 - http://packman.jacobs-university.de/...SE_1?.?/Extra/
    3) Packman-3 - http://packman.jacobs-university.de/...SE_1?.?/Games/
    4) Packman-4 - http://packman.jacobs-university.de/....?/Multimedia/
    5) Main Update Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/update/1?.?/
    6) Main Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/distrib...1?.?/repo/oss/
    7) Main Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/distrib.../repo/non-oss/
    8) Update Debug Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/debug/update/1?.?/
    8) Debug Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/debug/d...1?.?/repo/oss/
    10) Source Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/source/...1?.?/repo/oss/

    #3:
    libdvdcss? is the only suggested file you should install from VideoLAN Repository!

    #4:
    libdvdread4-4.1.3-20.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    libdvdnav4-4.1.3-16.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    libdvdcss2-1.2.10-2.pm.4.14-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite

    You should expect to have 4 libdvd* packages installed, 1 from Packman.
    ----------------> libdvdplay0 <-------------from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> libdvdread4 <----------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> libdvdnav4 <------------ from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> libdvdcss? <------------ from the VideoLAN Repository.

    #5:
    package xine-ui is not installed
    libxine1-1.1.20-59.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    libxine1-codecs-1.1.20-59.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite

    You should expect to have three --> Xine <--- packages installed from Packman.
    ----------------> xine-ui <---------------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> libxine1 <--------------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> libxine1-codecs <-------------- from the Packman Repository.

    #6:
    MPlayer-1.0rc4_r34327-7.2-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    package smplayer is not installed

    You should expect to have three -> MPLayer <- packages installed from Packman.
    ----------------> MPlayer <---------------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> smplayer <--------------------- from the Packman Repository.

    mplayer2 is a fork of MPLayer, its newer and when installed replaces all of the older MPLayer files.

    Check for mplayer2 (don't install mplayer2-as-mplayer if you want to use the original mplayer file):

    Command: rpm --query --queryformat '%{NAME}-%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}-%{ARCH} -> %{VENDOR}\n' mplayer2 mplayer2-as-mplayer

    package mplayer2 is not installed
    package mplayer2-as-mplayer is not installed

    You can expect to install 2 ---> mplayer2 <-- packages installed from Packman.
    ----------------> mplayer2 <--------------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> mplayer2-as-mplayer <---------- from the Packman Repository.

    Check for gnome-mplayer:

    Command: rpm --query --queryformat '%{NAME}-%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}-%{ARCH} -> %{VENDOR}\n' gnome-mplayer gecko-mediaplayer

    package gnome-mplayer is not installed
    package gecko-mediaplayer is not installed

    You can expect to install 2 ---> mplayer2 <-- packages installed from Packman.
    ----------------> gnome-mplayer <---------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> gecko-mediaplayer <------------ from the Packman Repository.

    #7:
    gstreamer-0_10-ffmpeg-0.10.11-1000.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mp3-12-8.1-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    package gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mpegdemux is not installed
    package gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mpegmux is not installed
    gstreamer-0_10-plugins-bad-0.10.22-139.1-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    gstreamer-0_10-plugins-base-0.10.35-6.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good-0.10.30-6.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    package gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good-extra is not installed
    gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ugly-0.10.18-33.7-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite

    You should expect to have all 9 gstreamer packages installed from Packman.

    #8:
    ffmpeg-0.9-1.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    sox-14.3.2-5.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    lame-3.98.4-7.1-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    libmad0-0.15.1b-2.5-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    k3b-2.0.2-13.8-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    k3b-codecs-2.0.2-13.8-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite

    You should expect to show seven Packages Installed here from Packman.
    called ---------> k3b-lang <------------ from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> libmad0 <------------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> k3b <----------------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> k3b-codecs <---------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> lame <---------------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> ffmpeg <-------------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> sox <----------------- from the Packman Repository.

    #9:
    libxvidcore4-1.3.2-1.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    package xvidcore is not installed
    libavcodec52-0.7.9-1.1-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    package libavdevice52 is not installed
    libavcodec53-0.9-1.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    libavdevice53-0.9-1.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite

    You should expect to have 2 Xvid and 2 libav* packages installed from Packman.
    ----------------> libxvidcore4 <----------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> xvidcore <--------------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> libavcodec52/3 <--------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> libavdevice52/3 <-------------- from the Packman Repository.

    #10:
    libquicktime0-1.2.3-10.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE

    You should expect to have only one Quicktime Package Installed
    called ----> libquicktime0 <---- from the Packman Repository.

    #11:
    You should expect to show four Packages Installed here from Packman.
    called ---------> vlc <---------------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> vlc-mozillaplugin <---from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> libvlccore4 <-------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> libvlc5 <------------ from the Packman Repository.

    #12:
    package totem is not installed
    package totem-browser-plugin is not installed
    package totem-plugins is not installed
    package nautilus-totem is not installed
    package lsb is not installed

    Totem is normally associated with the Gnome Package, but may help in KDE as well.

    You should expect to have about 4 Totem Packages Installed total plus lsb here:
    ----------------> totem <------------------------ from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> totem-browser-plugin <--------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> totem-plugins <---------------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> nautilus-totem <--------------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> lsb <-------------------------- from the openSUSE Repository.

    #13:
    flash-player-kde4-11.1.102.55-3.1-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    flash-player-11.1.102.55-3.1-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    pullin-flash-player-12.1-9.1-x86_64 -> openSUSE

    You should expect to have only 2-3 Flash Packages Installed which will be:
    ------> pullin-flash-player <--------------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ------> flash-player <---------------------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ------> flash-player-kde4 (if using KDE) --- from the openSUSE Repository.

    #14:
    java-1_6_0-openjdk-1.6.0.0_b22.1.10.4-1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    java-1_5_0-gcj-compat-1.5.0.0-120.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    java-ca-certificates-1-14.12.1-noarch -> openSUSE

    With the release of openSUSE 12.1, Sun Java files are no longer included.
    If your using an older version of openSUSE then using Sun Java files is OK.

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    Smile Re: Firefox 9.0, script not responding

    Quote Originally Posted by lord_valarian View Post
    #1: Dependencies of all installed packages are satisfied.

    #2: OK
    1) Packman-1 - http://packman.jacobs-university.de/....?/Essentials/
    2) Packman-2 - http://packman.jacobs-university.de/...SE_1?.?/Extra/
    3) Packman-3 - http://packman.jacobs-university.de/...SE_1?.?/Games/
    4) Packman-4 - http://packman.jacobs-university.de/....?/Multimedia/
    5) Main Update Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/update/1?.?/
    6) Main Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/distrib...1?.?/repo/oss/
    7) Main Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/distrib.../repo/non-oss/
    8) Update Debug Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/debug/update/1?.?/
    8) Debug Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/debug/d...1?.?/repo/oss/
    10) Source Repository - http://download.opensuse.org/source/...1?.?/repo/oss/

    #3: OK
    libdvdcss? is the only suggested file you should install from VideoLAN Repository!

    #4:
    libdvdread4-4.1.3-20.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    libdvdnav4-4.1.3-16.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    libdvdcss2-1.2.10-2.pm.4.14-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite

    You should expect to have 4 libdvd* packages installed, 1 from Packman.
    ----------------> libdvdplay0 <-------------from the Packman Repository. Add
    ----------------> libdvdread4 <----------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> libdvdnav4 <------------ from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> libdvdcss? <------------ from the VideoLAN Repository.

    #5:
    package xine-ui is not installed I would ADD
    libxine1-1.1.20-59.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    libxine1-codecs-1.1.20-59.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite

    You should expect to have three --> Xine <--- packages installed from Packman.
    ----------------> xine-ui <---------------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> libxine1 <--------------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> libxine1-codecs <-------------- from the Packman Repository.

    #6:
    MPlayer-1.0rc4_r34327-7.2-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    package smplayer is not installed I would ADD

    You should expect to have three -> MPLayer <- packages installed from Packman.
    ----------------> MPlayer <---------------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> smplayer <--------------------- from the Packman Repository.

    mplayer2 is a fork of MPLayer, its newer and when installed replaces all of the older MPLayer files.

    Check for mplayer2 (don't install mplayer2-as-mplayer if you want to use the original mplayer file):

    Command: rpm --query --queryformat '%{NAME}-%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}-%{ARCH} -> %{VENDOR}\n' mplayer2 mplayer2-as-mplayer

    package mplayer2 is not installed
    package mplayer2-as-mplayer is not installed

    You can expect to install 2 ---> mplayer2 <-- packages installed from Packman.
    ----------------> mplayer2 <--------------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> mplayer2-as-mplayer <---------- from the Packman Repository.

    Check for gnome-mplayer:

    Command: rpm --query --queryformat '%{NAME}-%{VERSION}-%{RELEASE}-%{ARCH} -> %{VENDOR}\n' gnome-mplayer gecko-mediaplayer

    package gnome-mplayer is not installed
    package gecko-mediaplayer is not installed

    You can expect to install 2 ---> mplayer2 <-- packages installed from Packman.
    ----------------> gnome-mplayer <---------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> gecko-mediaplayer <------------ from the Packman Repository.

    #7: Fix items in Bold
    gstreamer-0_10-ffmpeg-0.10.11-1000.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mp3-12-8.1-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    package gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mpegdemux is not installed
    package gstreamer-0_10-fluendo-mpegmux is not installed

    gstreamer-0_10-plugins-bad-0.10.22-139.1-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    gstreamer-0_10-plugins-base-0.10.35-6.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good-0.10.30-6.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    package gstreamer-0_10-plugins-good-extra is not installed

    gstreamer-0_10-plugins-ugly-0.10.18-33.7-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite

    You should expect to have all 9 gstreamer packages installed from Packman.

    #8: I would ADD/Fix
    ffmpeg-0.9-1.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    sox-14.3.2-5.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    lame-3.98.4-7.1-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    libmad0-0.15.1b-2.5-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    k3b-2.0.2-13.8-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    k3b-codecs-2.0.2-13.8-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite

    You should expect to show seven Packages Installed here from Packman.
    called ---------> k3b-lang <------------ from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> libmad0 <------------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> k3b <----------------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> k3b-codecs <---------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> lame <---------------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> ffmpeg <-------------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> sox <----------------- from the Packman Repository.

    #9: I would ADD/Fix
    libxvidcore4-1.3.2-1.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    package xvidcore is not installed
    libavcodec52-0.7.9-1.1-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    package libavdevice52 is not installed
    libavcodec53-0.9-1.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite
    libavdevice53-0.9-1.4-x86_64 -> PackMan :: Startseite

    You should expect to have 2 Xvid and 2 libav* packages installed from Packman.
    ----------------> libxvidcore4 <----------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> xvidcore <--------------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> libavcodec52/3 <--------------- from the Packman Repository.
    ----------------> libavdevice52/3 <-------------- from the Packman Repository.

    #10:
    libquicktime0-1.2.3-10.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE Load from Packman

    You should expect to have only one Quicktime Package Installed
    called ----> libquicktime0 <---- from the Packman Repository.

    #11: OK
    You should expect to show four Packages Installed here from Packman.
    called ---------> vlc <---------------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> vlc-mozillaplugin <---from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> libvlccore4 <-------- from the Packman Repository.
    called ---------> libvlc5 <------------ from the Packman Repository.

    #12: I would ADD/Fix
    package totem is not installed
    package totem-browser-plugin is not installed
    package totem-plugins is not installed
    package nautilus-totem is not installed
    package lsb is not installed


    Totem is normally associated with the Gnome Package, but may help in KDE as well.

    You should expect to have about 4 Totem Packages Installed total plus lsb here:
    ----------------> totem <------------------------ from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> totem-browser-plugin <--------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> totem-plugins <---------------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> nautilus-totem <--------------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ----------------> lsb <-------------------------- from the openSUSE Repository.

    #13: OK
    flash-player-kde4-11.1.102.55-3.1-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    flash-player-11.1.102.55-3.1-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    pullin-flash-player-12.1-9.1-x86_64 -> openSUSE

    You should expect to have only 2-3 Flash Packages Installed which will be:
    ------> pullin-flash-player <--------------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ------> flash-player <---------------------- from the openSUSE Repository.
    ------> flash-player-kde4 (if using KDE) --- from the openSUSE Repository.

    #14: OK
    java-1_6_0-openjdk-1.6.0.0_b22.1.10.4-1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    java-1_5_0-gcj-compat-1.5.0.0-120.1.2-x86_64 -> openSUSE
    java-ca-certificates-1-14.12.1-noarch -> openSUSE

    With the release of openSUSE 12.1, Sun Java files are no longer included.
    If your using an older version of openSUSE then using Sun Java files is OK.

    #15: OK
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    #16: OK
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    I would make the suggested changes above.

    Thank You,
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    Default Re: Firefox 9.0, script not responding

    On Fri, 30 Dec 2011 00:36:02 GMT, lord valarian
    <lord_valarian@no-mx.forums.opensuse.org> wrote:

    >
    >Hello. On "The Daily Show" website, I see "script (name) not
    >responding". I click cancel again with each new message(repeating).
    >Sometimes it will finally allow me to watch a video. Other times,
    >firefox freezes after about the 5th time.
    >
    >'The Daily Show with Jon Stewart - Political Comedy - Fake News |
    >Comedy Central' (http://www.thedailyshow.com/)
    >
    >I have my system updated as of this post. Can someone help?


    Gee whiz, don't you have noscript to sort through all that?

    If you do the one that matters is to add mtvnservices.com

    ?-)

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    Default Re: Firefox 9.0, script not responding

    Quote Originally Posted by josephkk View Post

    Gee whiz, don't you have noscript to sort through all that?

    If you do the one that matters is to add mtvnservices.com

    ?-)
    I found it needs more. anyway... This just got harder.

    I did complete reinstall of suse to fix the problem. It fixed that, but now it crashes on shutdown(see other message). I should be able to update repos in yast. They are gone. I renamed .kd4 and to stop the crash. It didn't work and now the repo update in yast doesn't show for packman. Do I need to do clean reinstall of suse? How? I used the one-click muli-media install.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lord_valarian View Post
    I found it needs more. anyway... This just got harder.

    I did complete reinstall of suse to fix the problem. It fixed that, but now it crashes on shutdown(see other message). I should be able to update repos in yast. They are gone. I renamed .kd4 and to stop the crash. It didn't work and now the repo update in yast doesn't show for packman. Do I need to do clean reinstall of suse? How? I used the one-click muli-media install.
    So doing a upgrade to openSUSE 12.1, if that is what you did, is not recommended by myself and seems extreme to fix a web browser problem. Doing a OS upgrade is an option and it most often ends with a copy of openSUSE that boots are starts up, but may leave mixed application versions and orphaned applications. My normal suggestion is to do a clean install, but you only mount and do not format the /home area, leaving all of your application settings. You must reload all previous applications, but once loaded, they use your existing personnel settings. As for why you are having the problem in the first place, we never got to the point to figure that out.

    Thank You,
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    Software efficiency halves every 18 months, thus compensating for Moore's Law

    Its James again from Austin, Texas

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    Default Re: Firefox 9.0, script not responding

    So doing a upgrade to openSUSE 12.1, if that is what you did, is not recommended by myself and seems extreme to fix a web browser problem. Doing a OS upgrade is an option and it most often ends with a copy of openSUSE that boots are starts up, but may leave mixed application versions and orphaned applications. My normal suggestion is to do a clean install, but you only mount and do not format the /home area, leaving all of your application settings. You must reload all previous applications, but once loaded, they use your existing personnel settings. As for why you are having the problem in the first place, we never got to the point to figure that out.

    If I have an mswin problem, I try to fix it. If not, I reinstall the OS. (I can't afford tech support.) Sometimes I forget I have it on suse. Thanks to all here.

    I used the upgrade install from v11.4 --> v12.1 (last to current). That's where I all the problems started. I usually do a clean install.

    I did a clean install of suse 12.1(see install post). I installed all the yast updates. Using one-click install, I installed nvidia drivers then multi-media. Next, I installed Firefox add-ons:
    adblock plus --> better privacy --> noscript

    Noscript seems to be the problem.

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