> On Fri, Feb 24, 2012 at 11:44:29PM -0600, Bob Tracy wrote:
>> On Sat, Feb 25, 2012 at 06:08:52PM +1300, Michael Cree wrote:
>>> There is a new version, 10.0.2-1+alpha, accepted into debian-ports
>>> unreleased about 24 hours ago. Please try that.
>> Just noticed it. Downloading/installing now, along with a udev update.
>> This will be the first one of *those* I haven't had to worry about for a
>> long time (now that the glibc update with new syscalls is in place).
> New iceweasel (10.0.2-1+alpha) is worse than its predecessor: it consumed
> enough resources while running around in tight little circles that I had
> to switch from my KDE4 session to a virtual console, login, and kill it.
I've also just upgraded to iceweasel 10.0.2-1+alpha and have it running
on the xfce4 desktop. It worked for a while reading a few web pages, but
has now locked up and it using whatever spare CPU it can take. I can
still use the desktop ok---just a little bit sluggish.
Yep, there's a problem alright.
I can connect to the iceweasel process with gdb but I don't have the
symbols for iceweasel installed so am not getting any useful information
with a backtrace. I will install iceweasel-dbg and try again.