> 6.2 AMD64, firefox 58.
> If firefox crashes (which happens rarely) sometimes I find it does not
> start back up again. It seems to become a zombie or something. It
> starts then goes directly to suspend. Why? Any work around known?
> I suspect it has something to do with dbus waiting for something or
> firefox waiting for something from dbus.
> I have found killing my multiple attempts at starting firefox
> eventually produces a dialogue window saying "firefox is already
> running but not responding." Well... Then when I kill the process that
> started the dialogue window it firefox finally starts.
> But this behaviour is strange and the solution would not be intuitive
> to many less technical users (e.g. if one was using OpenBSD + Firefox
> as a platform for a thinclient / web browser + think client based
> application). Maybe firefox eventually starts on its own (after 5
> minutes) but I have never had the patience to wait around to try
> that...in any case that would be unacceptable for a general user.
> Does any one else experience this?
> Is there any solution / work around?