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Old 10-16-2008, 05:07 PM
sbeam
 
Default what crashing means WAS: firefox is incredibly unstable

On Thursday 16 October 2008 12:08, bruce wrote:
> when you're saying "crashing", what exactly do you mean?.. is it the app
> that crashes.. is it that your mouse/keyboard no longer works?, is your
> system still running (you can ssh into it), but you can't move your
> mouse???

it crashed, it asploded, it died, went bye bye, sionara, adios, headed for the
exit

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crash_(computing)#Application_crashes

that is different than a "system hang" or a "desktop freeze" or an "app
freeze" which are the other conditions you are describing, and need to be
resolved by manually killing the offending process or with the power button.

regards,
Sam
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