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Crash fixes – Vivaldi Browser snapshot 2.0.1303.3
For today’s snapshot we have a preliminary fix for the worst of the common crashes and fixed the reload image context menu.
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2nd, and damn, I just updated 1 hour ago my other win10 pc with the 1302 SS. This was a good week =)Reply Quote 1 1 Reply Last reply
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Good. Really got a lot of crashes when closing tabs - will keep an eye on this in this build.
LonM last edited by
Good to see both the frequency of snapshots and that fixes for those tab close crashes are underway.Reply Quote 1 1 Reply Last reply
AngryPenguin last edited by
Still cant watch any video in Vivaldi rpm for Linux x64 with basic ffmpeg (no proprietary). Browser launched from terminal show me that h264 is not supported but when I visit any website with detection h264 - it show that h264 is available (like youtube.com/html5).
Every time when I open video for example on youtube - all videos fail to play (I see window with dead bird).
The proprietary codec is use for some special video codecs with HTML5.
May be the Dead Bird comes up because installed libffmpeg.so is not the right version.
My 1.15 Stable and 2.0.x Snapshots work with libffmpeg.so from chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra 69.0.3497.81 on my Linux.
Did you check this article from our Linux developer Ruarí Ødegaard https://gist.github.com/ruario/4eecac838ebfd3a7a164b4f4ee850f30 how to get a correct libffmpeg.so?Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply
@angrypenguin: Could you start Vivaldi like so and as soon as it launches, shut it down, then put the log on pastebin or something and link it from here:
bash -x /opt/vivaldi-snapshot/vivaldi-snapshot > /tmp/startup-vivaldi.log 2>&1
luetage last edited by
Thanks for the fixes. @LonM We try this.
@angrypenguin: Ok, I can reproduce
@angrypenguin I see in your log:
+ '[' -r /home/x/.local/lib/vivaldi/libffmpeg.so ']' ++ grep -aom1 'FFmpeg version N-[0-9]\+-' /home/x/.local/lib/vivaldi/libffmpeg.so ++ cut -f2 -d- + [[ 78946 -ge 91124 ]]
Your userdefined resides in /home/x/.local/lib/vivaldi/libffmpeg.so.
It is too old (78946).
You need at least a extracted from chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra 69.0.3497.81 to work with 1.15 Stable and 2.0 Snapshot.
Fetch package http://security.ubuntu.com/ubuntu/pool/universe/c/chromium-browser/chromium-codecs-ffmpeg-extra_69.0.3497.81-0ubuntu0.16.04.1_amd64.deb and extract the libffmpeg.Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply
@gwen-dragon: Read again. All the tests say
"NO = NO", none of them are being preloaded. Also I can see the issue now. AngryPenguin is correct about the crash.
P.S. Youtube thinking we support h.264 is a minor issue though as we provably do not
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@gwen-dragon: This does not matter
@ruario Oh, i misinterpreted the bash debug. 😱Reply Quote 0 1 Reply Last reply
Naith_cz last edited by
After start Vivaldi show login page to Chrome. Ok log in now, but after restart show login page to Chrome again, again... Its very frustrating. Vivaldi doesn't remember login data to Chrome. (linux and Win10).
And still I get tab crashes on:
@bib_vivaldi: What triggers the crash? Can you report a bug with details? Thanks.
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