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    Default Chromium page crash on "gmail.com"

    Whenever I try to access "gmail" with "chromium", I am getting a page crash message.

    This may be related to the chromium update today.

    Is anyone else seeing this?
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    The specific error code can be critical to understanding cause of error.

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    Default Re: Chromium page crash on "gmail.com"

    In 12.3 or 13.1 (looking at your sig)? No problems here in 12.3 with KDE 4.10.5.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post

    The specific error code can be critical to understanding cause of error.

    TSU
    The page comes up with "Aw Snap" and a graphic. A "more information" button tells me that the page crashed and I should make sure that I am not blocking cookies (I am not).

    When I get back home, I'll try again and see if there are other error indicators.

    My workaround is to use a different browser for that page.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MALsPa View Post
    In 12.3 or 13.1 (looking at your sig)? No problems here in 12.3 with KDE 4.10.5.
    That was with 12.3. This was my first attempt to access gmail after the chromium security update. Before then, it had been working fine.
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    Default Re: Chromium page crash on "gmail.com"

    My first time after the update, I got taken to that page that says something like "one password, all of google." But not since then.

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    Default Re: Chromium page crash on "gmail.com"

    Today found when try open chromium [openSUSE 12.3 (Dartmouth) (x86_64) using GNOME] that chromium not starting.



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    Default Re: Chromium page crash on "gmail.com"

    Quote Originally Posted by nrickert View Post
    The page comes up with "Aw Snap" and a graphic. A "more information" button tells me that the page crashed and I should make sure that I am not blocking cookies (I am not).

    When I get back home, I'll try again and see if there are other error indicators.

    My workaround is to use a different browser for that page.
    Same here
    I reported it in the ML
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    Default Re: Chromium page crash on "gmail.com"

    Is working for me.

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    30.0.1599.66 (225456)

    I usually see that "Aw Snap" when the network connection isn't working, in other words it's not a Server problem.

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    Default Re: Chromium page crash on "gmail.com"

    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
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    Yes, the same version here.

    It isn't a network problem. Firefox does not have a problem accessing the page.
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