Since I upgraded to FC11, I have had many browser crashes which are apparently caused by flash. This page will reliably crash seamonkey (and firefox): http://www.fring.com. I can load the page if I uninstall flash.
This happened on seamonkey 1.1.16 and the new 1.1.17, and the latest flash plugin.
Does anyone use the Lightning calendar extension with Seamonkey?
After applying the recent Slackware 14 update to seamonkey-2.20, I had to upgrade to the compatible version of lightning-2.5b2 (always have to upgrade lightning after seamonkey, as only specific versions play together).
Mozilla.org's SeaMonkey Project was my first exposure to Web browsing when I started dabbling in the Linux OS. I have since played around with other browsers, including my workhorse favorite, Firefox, by the Mozilla folks. But I keep coming back to SeaMonkey for its simplicity and charm. SeaMonkey's latest version, 2.0.14, comes much closer to being a clone of the latest Firefox rendition.
I'm using Fedora 17 on two machines and on both I noticed a problem since I installed Seamonkey 2.16. Every time I want to quit Seamonkey nothings happens until a gnome dialog appears telling me that Seamokey is not answering and gives me the choice of waiting longer or killing Seamonkey. Anyone noticing the same?
SeaMonkey, a complete Internet suite featuring a web browser, an email client, and even a full HTML editing solution, has been promoted to version 2.26 Beta 1 and is available for testing. SeaMonkey is a project built on Firefox, but the developers also implement a lot of their own features and options. Usually, the new branches of SeaMonkey also bring major changes and improvements.
No matter what I try, I cannot get seamonkey to run. When I run Seamonkey via the terminal I get this error
"XPCOMGlueLoad error for file /home/thomas/seamonkey/libxul.so:libdbus-glib-1.so.2: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
Couldn't load XPCOM."
or when I install it, it won't open. I am on Ubuntu 14.04 trying to use seamonkey 2.25. Thank you!