Unexplained temporary freezes in Thunderbird Fedora 13
geleem at bellsouth.net
Tue Jun 22 16:49:12 UTC 2010
Jerry Feldman wrote:
> Yes, I had loaded the enigmail addon and it did report that it was
> incompatible with build Linux_x86_64-gcc3.
obviously, for now, if you want to use enigmail, it means installing
32 bit thunderbird. :(
> I did try a few of Nataraj's suggestions.
ok. how about running wireshark or similar to see what/who is happening with
your internet connection during freeze.
> I have not tried safe-mode yet.
primary of safe-mode is to not load extensions and themes for session.
> It is possible that the freeze is caused when it tries to do an imap sync
> with gmail, but that would be reported in the status line, and the status
> line is empty when it freezes. That is one of the things I always check on.
this is true. a way to see if imap/gmail is problem, disable auto check for
mail. or, remove gmail from accounts and reinstall if does not cure.
even tho gmail does have imap, i question if they have it set up correctly.
i say this from my own experience with imap and gmail. i changed it to pop.
i am still using 188.8.131.52 and i see occasionally 2 and 3 typed character
delays/freezes, but nothing much longer. i just keep typing and let it
also, most times, i go offline when i am composing long emails.
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