uri.host is explosive & ufw

Posted on: Aug 30 2013 Category :Linux > Ubuntu Views: 333 | Subscribe


The last month my Firefox-22 and now version 23 had circa 350 crashes. I've tried to search for a solution in Flash/Java, but that wasn't the point. I have no sound either. But host/firewall problems can't something to do with each others. So I asked here for help, but did not get it.So I try to get help for my Firefox-crashes. I deleted all my add-ons and tried also the 'saved modus', but the crashes they stay! Now I tried to start Firefox from the terminal and it crashes again, but now it gave more times a warn:eglefino@EglefinoPC:~$ firefoxuri.host is explosive!(about:sessionrestore)Could not check applicable rules for about:sessionrestoreuri.host is explosive!(about:blank)Could not check applicable rules for about:blankuri.host is explosive!(about:blank)Could not check applicable rules for about:blankuri.host is explosive!(about:blank)Could not check applicable rules for about:blankNOTE: child process received `Goodbye', closing downuri.host is explosive!(about:blank)Could not check applicable rules for about:blankuri.host is explosive!(about:healthreport)Could not check applicable rules for about:healthreporturi.host is explosive!(about:healthreport)Could not check applicable rules for about:healthreporturi.host is explosive!(about:healthreport)Could not check applicable rules for about:healthreporturi.host is explosive!(about:blank)Could not check applicable rules for about:blankuri.host is explosive!(about:blank)Could not check applicable rules for about:blankuri.host is explosive!(about:healthreport)Could not check applicable rules for about:healthreporturi.host is explosive!(about:blank)Could not check applicable rules for about:blankuri.host is explosive!(about:blank)Could not check applicable rules for about:blankNOTE: child process received `Goodbye', closing downeglefino@EglefinoPC:~$Can somebody give me an help? explosive???And I have installed (g)UFW, after I asked a status, it said it will enable after reboot (something like that), but after reboot it is disabled!

Source: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=2171372

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