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Bug #1959

[arora]: Crashes on some pages

libreuser - over 1 year ago - . Updated about 1 year ago.

Status:
open
Priority:
bug
Assignee:
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% Done:

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Description

After open 'arora' (web browser) and try to navigate, crash happens.

Console report:

QNetworkReplyImplPrivate::error: Internal problem, this method must only be called once.
QNetworkReplyImplPrivate::error: Internal problem, this method must only be called once.
AutoFillManager: Unable to determine the request Referer 
QNetworkReplyImplPrivate::error: Internal problem, this method must only be called once.
QNetworkReplyImplPrivate::error: Internal problem, this method must only be called once.
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#1

Updated by freemor over 1 year ago

  • Status changed from open to info needed

I am unable to reproduce this issue. Acutall writing this from Arora

What type of maching?
What DE?
Any other useful info you can provide.

#2

Updated by libreuser over 1 year ago

kde plasma
openrc

I saw into its web: https://github.com/Arora/arora/releases

that the last release was on 27 Sep 2010. :/ Is that appropriate?

#3

Updated by freemor over 1 year ago

The Desktop Environment and openrc might be hellpful

The git and the last release date is less useful.

I was meaning more the exact steps to reproduce. Such as navigate to where?
Also are you on i686, armv7h, x86_64?

#5

Updated by freemor over 1 year ago

  • Status changed from info needed to open
  • Subject changed from [arora]: Crash to [arora]: Crashes on some pages

Ok that was helpful.
The second site crashes the browser pretty much every time.
But it is also exactly the type of site that is known for doing evil things to browsers.
I don't have the time tonight to dig into to.
But since the browser handled things like youtube or and hasn't see a new version in about 8 years.
I'm suspecting the site is just too "heavy" for the browser.

#6

Updated by freemor over 1 year ago

Did a quick look with the web inspector in Surf.
Site is following the classic pattern for this type of site.
91 separate errors many dealing with same-origin policy
I think it may be more of a site problem (but Arora could maybe handle the situation more gracefully)

#7

Updated by freemor about 1 year ago

Looking at this projects github page it looks like a mostly dead project.
Should we delete this from PCR?

Unless anyone objects I'm inclined to close this bug as an upstream issue with no active upstream.

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