Package Details: palemoon 28.5.2-1

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/palemoon.git (read-only)
Package Base: palemoon
Description: Open source web browser based on Firefox focusing on efficiency.
Upstream URL: https://www.palemoon.org/
Keywords: browser goanna web
Licenses: GPL, MPL, LGPL
Submitter: artiom
Maintainer: WorMzy
Last Packager: WorMzy
Votes: 120
Popularity: 1.573231
First Submitted: 2014-06-05 10:54
Last Updated: 2019-06-05 10:15

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WorMzy commented on 2018-02-15 17:38

Upstream recommends having more than 4GB of RAM, so you should have more than enough. Are you running any other memory-intensive programs while you're compiling? Are you compiling on a tmpfs? Do you have a swap file/partition? What is your swappiness set to? These are the sorts of things that you should answer in a forum support thread if you need help with this.

https://developer.palemoon.org/Developer_Guide:Build_Instructions/Pale_Moon/Linux

okabekudo commented on 2018-02-15 17:26

This uses all my 8gb of RAM resulting in a systemfreeze. Is this normal?

WorMzy commented on 2018-02-13 18:42

@ray731: If you're happy with untracked software floating around your system, sure. The advantage of an AUR package is that, once built, you can install/remove the package with pacman. If that isn't of interest to you, then by all means use upstream's tarballs.

ray731 commented on 2018-02-13 14:28

@WorMzy: yes, but palemoon-bin should be also installed. While the tarball should be just extracted to run palemoon. Isn't it simpler?

WorMzy commented on 2018-02-13 11:54

@ray731: yes, see the palemoon-bin package.

ray731 commented on 2018-02-13 11:52

As indicated on https://www.palemoon.org , you can also download Pale Moon for Linux as a bzipped tarball that can be extracted and run from any location on your system.

WorMzy commented on 2017-12-05 14:43

@jerome2016: I've had another look at the strace output, and I noticed this line: openat(AT_FDCWD, "/usr/lib/libicuuc.so.59", O_RDONLY|O_CLOEXEC) = -1 ENOENT (No such file or directory)

I don't get that message when I run strace palemoon, so I have to assume something on your system is trying to pull it in. The icu package was updated in mid-November, so is your system completely up-to-date? (including any AUR packages which may need a rebuild due to the icu version bump).

Use lddd or findbrokenpkgs to identify any packages that might need a rebuild. Note that you will get false positives with either tool, so I prefer to run the former, then run

for pkg in $(pacman -Qqm); do
grep $pkg /tmp/lddd-script.*/possible-rebuilds.txt
done

to get a list of foreign packages which may need rebuilding.

WorMzy commented on 2017-12-05 13:33

@jerome2016: I haven't been able to reproduce this so far, but assuming you are the same user who created this topic, I recommend rebuilding with gcc5, instead of using gcc6. Aside from the glibc/C99_MATH bug below, I have never had any problems with the former.

jerome2016 commented on 2017-12-04 04:15

palemoon <br> [1] 20431 segmentation fault (core dumped) palemoon

Dialog Box for ask if need to check if palemoon is default web browser open, then GUI main window's open... then crash, segmentation fault.

from archlinux OS build on device intel i7 8 cores updated this day and rebooted after update (new linux kernel version: 4.14.3-1-ARCH Xorg UI server with xfce-4 desktop.

strace palemoon show that: --- SIGSEGV {si_signo=SIGSEGV, si_code=SEGV_MAPERR, si_addr=0xc8} ---

WorMzy commented on 2017-11-29 00:29

Unfortunately I am away on holiday until the 4th of December, so I am unable to update this package until then. It should be a simple pkgver bump though, so it's easy enough to update the PKGBUILD manually (for those who can't wait).