Update to Linux Unstable 2017-04-17 causes crash

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Update to Linux Unstable 2017-04-17 causes crash

Unread post by Terryphi » 2017-04-17, 09:22

When I updated to Linux Unstable 2017-04-17 using my profile from 2017-04-09 PM did not load but produced this error:

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XML Parsing Error: undefined entity
Location: chrome://browser/content/browser.xul
Line Number 1573, Column 15:              <menuitem id="menu_openPermissions"
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Re: updated to Linux Unstable 2017-04-17 causes crash

Unread post by Moonchild » 2017-04-17, 09:24

1. That's not a crash.
2. Don't expect language packs to work with the unstable version.
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Re: updated to Linux Unstable 2017-04-17 causes crash

Unread post by Terryphi » 2017-04-17, 09:36

Thanks. Disabling English (GB) Language Pack 27.3.0rc1 solved the problem.
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