In ubuntu however, page loading is Unnaturally slow and "[url]...." (or whatever), returns result every 4 seconds. Strange is that Skype and online games (read HoN) work fine, with only problem is store loading 10seconds and during logging time. I will post all the command output.
Code: sudo iptables -L -v Chain INPUT (policy DROP 5411 packets, 658K bytes) pkts bytes target prot opt in out source destination[code]...........
When running Firefox, page loading is very slow (e.g. taking nearly a minute for a ..... video to start; even gmail is slow). This is in contrast with my performance when using, e.g. linuxdcpp (file sharing), where I get speeds over 300kbps. Here is some relevant information:
When I start firefox the home google page will load and all is well. When I go to any other page (ex. cnn.com, gmail, etc) the page will load graphically, but then continue to load forever. At this point I cannot click on anything in firefox including the drop-down menus.I must force quit at this point.
I updated last night even though I was already using firefox 3.6. I had a problem with flash last time I updated. I reinstalled firefox and went back to firefox 3.5 without any success.This makes me think that the problem is something other than firefox.I am on a Toshiba Satellite L505-S5965 running ubuntu 9.10. I'd give you more information but when I click on system and go down to "About Ubuntu" it loads forever - this is another problem I need to fix. Ugh. I should never have updated
Why do I keep getting this error when I try to search something on google. It happens when my query has around five or more words. If a search for just one or two words I don't get the error. I know it's not google because it happens with bing, msn, and yahoo too. The connection was reset The connection to the server was reset while the page was loading.
* The site could be temporarily unavailable or too busy. Try again in a few moments. * If you are unable to load any pages, check your computer's network connection. * If your computer or network is protected by a firewall or proxy, make surethat Firefox is permitted to access the Web.
On my system Firefox 4 seemed to be taking its sweet time "looking up" addresses, but when it found the page it blazed on the render. I poked around on the net and found a few suggestions to speed up the "look up". So I thought I would share... I aimed for the fewest changes, so not to break too many things or make a big mess. (Warning moving and changing things that you don't know about, in the about:config can goof up Firefox so double check your settings) place about:config in the address bar and hit enter
You should get a really long list of things
In the search bar put network.dns.disableIPv6
My default value was set to false, go ahead and set it to true. Right click and Toggle. Clear out the search bar where network.dns.disableIPv6 was, and put in network.http.pipelining You should have three listings Right click on network.http.pipelining and Toggle so "true" shows for the value. Next, right click on network.http.pipelining.maxrequests and Modify, a box will pop up, replace the default 4 with 8. Close the about:config
Now test your Forefox performance. These three small changes, made a world of difference for me. Its now comparably fast as chromium. If you disagree with what I did, or want to let me know of any other "safe" speedups let me know. PS. If you don't see any improvements performance-wise or your from the future and do use IPv6, it would be best to go and take these settings back to the default Firefox settings.
On my computer, I'm using 11.3, KDE 4.4.4 and Firefox 3.6.8. Firefox is so s...l...o...w..... It's slow loading and it's slow browsing. Konqueror takes 1, maybe 2 seconds to load, and another second to load the home page. Firefox takes a good 30 seconds to load. The only message I get when loading from a terminal is about not using a shared database. I don't hear the disk churning like it would with a fragmented disk.
I can't believe everyone is having this response, the hue and cry would be enormous! Anything to try? Should I try loading another browser? I tried Opera on 11.2 and didn't really like it, had problems with a lot of content. What about Sea Monkey (Gad, I HATE words with monkey in them!) Konqueror won't show a lot of videos and I have problems using the back and forward buttons. I'll wait for fixes but in the meantime.
On FC11 64 bit with Adobe flash plugin for Linux installed, I see segfault errors from "npviewer" in /var/log/messages. The only browser I have tried yet, Firefox, has glitches every now and then. Sometimes it shows the title of a page in a tab, but the page is blank. This can even happen when I try the Google main page. Is it true that npviewer has something to do with Adobe flash? Is there a way to fix the problem? If it is caused by Adobe flash, is there a different plugin that will replace Adobe flash player?
I have a 2.6 P4 with HT and 1GB of PC3200. i'm using an RaLink 2760 based wifi card. i compiled the driver from source, don't think it matters because i get this problem on ethernet as well. video is RV280 (radeon 9200). i have 3D accelleration supposively and get 570fps steady with glxgears. i'm in F11 updated as far as yum will take me.
When browsing websites, usually forums but even things like ....., the computer acts like it's being bogged down by something. i scroll down a page and it takes a few seconds for the screen to catch up. i understand i'm not running the most up to date hardware but i don't think this machine should have any problems with web browsing.
I am currently using fedora 12. My question is why is the speed for my yum and rpm are very slow. Something like Flash Player 10 couldn't even load after being installed. If I downloaded the rpm, the speed is like normal but if I yum it. The ESA took like >1,000,000 sec..or whatever..The point is it does seem like something has happened to my yum/rpm function. I can download and surf the web as usual. I just can't get any add-on such as the Flash Player 10. I can only use the basic already provided by Fedora.
I tried: su - yum clean all rpm --rebuilddb yum update but I am still unsure what type of RPM issue I am facing.
I recently bought my laptop (Fujitsu nh540) and installed FC14 on it. I have Integrated WLAN Atheros HB97 (IEEE 802.11b/g/n) (more info here about the config) running on: 126.96.36.199-91.fc14.i686.PAE
Since I installed FC I've had problems with the internet. In any browser pages load very slow, it looks like the browser waits some seconds, sometimes even 1-2 minutes until it actually starts to load the page.
Second thing I saw is that when it boots I keep getting: Determining IP information for eth0... failed; no link present. Check cable? [FAILED] But I have WiFi internet. I am not using a wired internet connection.
I installed madwifi driver (compiled it, after reading some info on google and it seems it should be good for my network) and it seems it's a bit better, but I still have to wait some seconds until it starts loading pages. I tried different browsers, it makes no difference. On my other 2 laptops I have no problems, the internet works fine, same goes for my android mobile phone. Another "nice" problem I noticed is that when compiz is enabled I see incoming video on skype black and the same black screen for some movies with some programs. After disablig compiz, all works for video.
Trying to open Firefox, and find that I cannot. It crashes. So, have opened Seamonkey, and am writing this from there. F11 updated to the latest on an ThinkPad R51. If I try my terminal, it opens provided I quickly open an empty tab before the home page loads. As soon as I try to connect to a page, or even preferences, Firefox crashes.
I'm seeing weirdness with Scottrade's main screen with Firefox (not the real-time streaming quotes app). It seems after a few minutes, whether idling or otherwise, Firefox gets into a state where nothing on the Scottrade page is clickable. Firefox menus still work as do other tabs so Firefox itself is still alive. It's as if a timer fires inside Firefox that renders the Scottrade page inert. Manually reloading the page temporarily fixes the problem. This is the only website where I've encountered this. It's particularly annoying when you're in the middle of placing a trade order and the page suddenly goes dead when you're about to submit.
System: Fedora 11 x86-64 Firefox 3.5.6 (x86-64) from Fedora Update
I thought maybe this was a problem specific to Fedora's Firefox build so I installed the FF 3.5.6 and 3.6.0 i386 from a tarball direct from Mozilla. Same results. I'd be inclined to call this a Firefox bug were it not for the fact that I do not see this behavior on my ancient Fedora 4 machine running Firefox 3.5.6 installed from the same tarball.
I was browsing my folder with lots of images, after finished i close nautilus and i notice that my computer became slow, so i'll check it with system monitor and had found that nautilus are using almost 100mb of ram (opening 4 tabs). I'm not sure if this was normal or not because i try to reopen the same folder with pcmanfm and it only consumes less than 20mb of ram (opening 4 tabs). here's the screenshot from system monitor .
What follows is actually a copy of my yesterday post on users mailing list, which so far had no response at all. I hope I'll have more luck here.I have 3 PCs running Hardy, Karmic, and Fedora 12, with Firefox on each of them: v. 3.0.18 on Hardy and v. 3.5.8 on both Karmic and Fedora.I created "shared" profile on each system and synchronize them using Unison. Ubuntu 8.04 is a base system for synchronization.The synchronization itself works just fine on all 3 systems. No functionality problems on either of Ubuntu's.In Fedora however I'm having a problem. While using "shared" profile I can save neither a web page nor a download (unless I use some of add-on' as described below).
If either Save Page As... or Save Link As... menu items are selected the requests are simply ignored with no response from FF. However using Download Them All add-on does the job. Equally Scrapbook add-on allows me to save/capture pages.
The default profile works as expected. I thought SELinux is on the way but disabling it (for a test sake) did not changed things. All permissions in "shared" profile directory to me look OK.I'm new to Fedora and cannot figure it out myself, need you help, folks.
I have fedora 12 and since I started using firefox I noticed that it performs very slow. Slow when opening, when displaying information etc..I thought that there was something wrong with my wireless device but I installed opera and it works very fast. The strange thing is that before that I installed google chrome and also worked very slow for me.
i'm using fedora 13 OS and installed web invoice application in my server. whenever i open the site, the problem on "connection to the server was reset..." is persistent. i was advised to clear the cache which i did. it work for a while but with just a few page loaded the same problem occur and i need to clear the cache. again i found a suggestion in the internet to add post_max_size = 48M file_uploads = On upload_max_filesize = 192M to the php5.ini. i also did this in my server, but the same problem occurs.
I have a page which is going to be internationalized, and available in more languages. It contains PHP scripts to load, let's say, current user's data from database and the internationalized content itself, like "Welcome user" message. The problem for me is the fact, that internationalized content is not continual, and it's all over the page mixed with php scripts.
I don't want to use eval(). I've got 2 , they are, however, not good enough. 1. One file per language version, with scripts included - there will be many languages, so there would have to be many files with redundant data. Also if I wanted to change structure of script, I would have to change it in all pages. 2. Load international data from db, while scripts are on the page - not sure about good database structure I mean, how would I get the right content from database? (content would be split into rows, columns, or something?)
I'm using Firefox 3.6.12 on Fedora 14 (64 bit) and have noticed that after using it for a while (and/or leaving the browser open for hours at a time), it becomes almost unusably slow and uses an excessive amount of memory. For example, any of the following can cause Firefox to temporarily (for 5 to 10 seconds or so) stop responding:
- clicking on a link - opening or closing a tab - scrolling It will always start responding again, sometimes after the window darkens (to indicate that it's not responding) but it's so bad that it can't really be used. Closing it and opening it (restoring the tabs) again fixes it for a while, but the problem recurs. Regarding the memory usage, it was using 850MB (according to System Monitor) when I closed it, and having re-opened it and restored the tabs, it's now using under 200MB (but appears to be rising).
Another way that this manifests itself is that when trying to watch a Flash video (like iPlayer), it pauses for a second every 30 seconds or so, making it very annoying to watch them (I've switched to Chrome for this now, and am tempted to switch for general browsing, but like the plugins in Firefox).Is anyone else having these issues, and does anyone have any suggestions on how to fix it?
but ive two problems. 1st: The first is how do i change the default page on load up of localhost.eg when i enter the http://localhost/ i get the usual it works symbol.this is because its loading the index.html file in my var/www/ folder.i dont want too create another index file, but how do i change the configuration too load up a different one like home.html2nd: i tried installing sudo apt-get install phpmyadmin and for the most part it worked.but nothign comes up when i go to http://localhost/phpmyadmin/
I've just installed rutorrent following this guide: [URL] As I load the rutorrent site on my server it actually kills rtorrent with this error: Caught Segmentation fault, dumping stack: Stack dump not enabled.
I just installed firefox and flash-plugin.The version of firefox is 3.0.10, package is firefox-3.0.10-1.el5.centos.The version of flash-plugin is 10.0.22.87, package is flash-plugin-10.0.22.87-1.el5.rf.But firefox crashes when there is flash in web page, unless disable flash plugin in firefox.