Vivaldi Crashes While Scrolling
So I facing the problem right now after updating vivaldi on Linux Mint Vanessa.
While scrolling in some websites, it will goes freezing then after 5 sec it got force close itself.
I already read every related-problem in this forum, but I still not found that really works to me.
This is my computer specs :
@Ebril Please update first to 5.5.2805.38
@Ebril Welcome in our Vivaldi Community
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unfortunately, the problems still there. But somehow, some website like this forum never faced this error.
When I first time install Vivaldi in fresh install Linux mint, I never encounter this error. It's been 3 month, before this error happens.
@Ebril May be a GPU driver incompatibility.
Try to run with disabled 2D UI acceleration:
vivaldi://flags/#disable-accelerated-2d-canvas, set to "Disable" and restart.
@DoctorG Still crashing, the problems still there
I'm also download debug to report crash and this is what I get
so, website target that I use for testing whether the browser keep crash or not, is dicoding.com (programming course website).
I often open this website for code learning, I already try other browser, it's fine. But when it comes to Vivaldi, is always keep crashing.
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@Ebril Does it crash with a test profile? Start in shell (do not change any settings and do not add extensions etc., close welcome page when it appears!):
If that test profile crashes too, then try:
vivaldi --user-data-dir="/tmp/vivTEST" --disable-gpu
@DoctorG Already test it and crashed, but the all that command have one same error, this :
I guess it's from some kind extension. In default ones, I don't have extension too just like this test profiles. But it seems error reported from extension.
@Ebril said in Vivaldi Crashes While Scrolling:
That is the browser, the browser runs as a app on top of the Chromium core.
Already test it and crashed
No entries in syslog at time of crash?
@Ebril I run this in a VM:
Kernel: 5.15.0-50-generic x86_64 bits: 64 compiler: gcc v: 11.2.0 Desktop: Xfce 4.16.0
tk: Gtk 3.24.23 wm: xfwm dm: LightDM Distro: Linux Mint 21 Vanessa base: Ubuntu 22.04 jammy
May be related to your GPU drivers.
@DoctorG Sorry, for late reply.
Your suggestion about GPU it's right, I found out my nvidia driver not really installed correctly. I already reinstall the GPU driver, now it works really fine.
Thanks for your help
@Ebril Nice to read that you could fix it by reinstall of GPU driver.