Thunderbird does not shutdown properly in F11?

David Boles dgboles at gmail.com
Fri Aug 21 19:40:37 UTC 2009


On 8/21/2009 1:22 PM, Kevin J. Cummings wrote:
> On 08/21/2009 07:30 AM, mike cloaked wrote:
>>     Ed Greshko wrote:
>>     You can't be running TB 3.0b3 with lightning and enigmail, right?  I
>>     don't think those plugins work in that version...at least I wasn't able
>>     to install them...with any of the 3.0 betas.
>>     ... [show rest of quote]
>>
>> When I originally installed F11 I then also installed the two
>> additional packages from the Fedora updates via yum - since then I
>> have just updated as normal and the packages remain in place.
>>
>> Lightning is installed with:
>> yum install thunderbird-lightning which is in updates
>> and enigmail via:
>> yum install thunderbird-enigmail and this is in rpmfusion
>>
>> I know that the latter is not strictly directly supported by Fedora -
>> but that was why I asked the question - if others are seeing this
>> issue but who have not installed the latter then this implies there is
>> a problem with thunderbird itself but I don't know the answer to this
>> yet?
> 
> Mike,
> 	I just ran a short test, and thunderbird shuts down cleanly for me
> (F11.x86_64).  And, yes, I am up-to-date with thunderbird (3.0b3) and
> running both lightning and enigmail (which were both just re-released to
> work with 3.0b3).  I kinda wish more of the other plugins I had
> installed would work with the beta.  Are you running any other plugins
> besides the 2 you mentioned?  I kinda miss the quote collapse and header
> scroll extensions which aren't compatible with the beta release.


Nightly Tester Tools 2.0.2

https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/6543


will solve your extension problems.  :-)


-- 


  David

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