[Linux-aus] Display problem

Allen Benter allenb at iisys.com.au
Tue Mar 29 19:29:30 AEDT 2022

Hi Ashley,

I run Tumbleweed as my daily driver, and noticed over the last few months
that Firefox locked up or froze quite often.  I switched to Edge and
haven't had any problems with freezing since.

Dell Laptop XPS i7-4600 (now getting quite old, but still fast enough for
my use)
Gnome 42 on Wayland

(sent this earlier, but neglected to include the list)


On Tue, Mar 29, 2022 at 11:15 AM Ashley via linux-aus <
linux-aus at lists.linux.org.au> wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm not sure which list to put this on but:
> I have 3 computers Running Linux Mint:-
> An old Lenovo gen 2 core i5 with 12 GB RAM which seems to run everything
> perfectly
> A new intel pentium gold 4-core machine with 16 GB Ram which often is
> unable to display pictures in Facebook with the latest version of both
> Firefox and Chromium and
> A new Ryzon 5 3600 with 32 GB RAM and an nVidia 710 video card which
> also has the same display problem with Firefox and Chromium.
> All three have some form of 256GB solid state drive as a primary and a
> One TB sata HDD.
> I tried running SUSE 15 on the Ryzon but it locks up occasionally and
> forces me to use a hard reboot.
> Note: the message on the page says to get a later version of the browser
> or restart it. I have the latest versions and restarting achieves nothing.
> Is this a known problem or have I missed something?
> Regards
> Ashley
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