On 01/11/2015 01:16 AM, Jason S. Evans wrote: > On 2015-01-10 23:31, Robert Nichols wrote: >> On 01/10/2015 07:39 PM, Robert Nichols wrote: >>> Anyone else seeing this? This is happening on a straight "Desktop" install >>> of CentOS 6.6 fully updated. I have made no changes other than installing >>> Thunderbird. Thunderbird will occasionally (10 to 20% of the time) fail to >>> start, and the abrt report indicates a signal 11 (SIGSEGV). I don't see >>> any other reports of this. Is no one using Thunderbird these days? >>> >>> Do abrt reports submitted from CentOS go anywhere useful these days? I >>> saw some discussion a while back, but don't recall the results. Should >>> I submit one? >> >> Another data point: If I install CentOS 6.6 from the distribution ISO and >> do _not_ do an update, Thunderbird seems to start reliably -- 100 starts >> and no failures. As soon as I install the current set of updates, it starts >> failing. > > I haven't seen this, but I'm curious if it has something to do with your > configuration. What I would suggest trying is working from a clean config. > > mv ~/.thunderbird ~/.thunderbird.backup > > Try it like that. If it starts correctly, then it is your config and you'll > probably have to recreate your config to make it work. If it doesn't, then > rename .thunderbird.config back to .thunderbird. No harm done. I've been testing with a new install and a newly created user with no previous thunderbird configuration. -- Bob Nichols "NOSPAM" is really part of my email address. Do NOT delete it.