Camino stopped working.

gloss

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Odd, but Camino suddenly refuses to open a browser window. It seems to function fine in every other respect, although that doesn't mean much since it won't surf.

Firefox still goes.

I tried deleting and reinstalling, and keep getting the same issue. Permissions are repaired. Any other suggestions?
 

clevin

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gloss said:
Odd, but Camino suddenly refuses to open a browser window. It seems to function fine in every other respect, although that doesn't mean much since it won't surf.

Firefox still goes.

I tried deleting and reinstalling, and keep getting the same issue. Permissions are repaired. Any other suggestions?
I would suggest you delete the camino's pref and profile folder in your library folder
 

gloss

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Oddly, it was the Wikipedia search preference that was jamming things up. Was working fine until about an hour ago.

Hrm.
 

kered22

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Out of curiosity gloss, what Mac are you running?

My Dad was running Camino on his MacBook Pro (2.1 Ghz, 2 GB of RAM) and three times I believe Camino went kaput. Bookmarks would just disappear, the entire profile ended up corrupted. So he just went back to Safari. Don't believe it's the RAM since nothing else has gone kaput like that.
 

gloss

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kered22 said:
Out of curiosity gloss, what Mac are you running?

My Dad was running Camino on his MacBook Pro (2.1 Ghz, 2 GB of RAM) and three times I believe Camino went kaput. Bookmarks would just disappear, the entire profile ended up corrupted. So he just went back to Safari. Don't believe it's the RAM since nothing else has gone kaput like that.
Hey. Running a 2.0ghz Macbook. 2GB of RAM. Haven't had many other issues. Camino itself was working like a charm until today, and I was able to reproduce the error four times, so I think it's isolated.