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How can I rectify "stop script problem" in Debian OS?


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#1 sakshisinha

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Posted 08 January 2015 - 06:43 AM

I don't know what happened to my computer(I recently switch over windows to debian OS), whenenever I working on 2 to browsers(sometime single browser) I get a popup like stop script and after this popup I can't able to do anything and I'm tends to move restarting computer. can anyone help me to fix the issue?

(note: Most of the time it is happened while using browsers. I'm using iceweasel and chrome browser)


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Posted 08 January 2015 - 07:54 AM

what does the pop-up say?


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Posted 08 January 2015 - 07:56 AM

If you read the dialog closely, it should be saying something like "a script on this page is having problems" and give you option boxes to stop script, debug script.  You should be able to "stop script".  I get those on occasion;  it's most likely something on the web page running and it's not handling browser+Linux correctly.  You should be able to hold the ctrl key down and click on the X to close the browser.

 

debug script may give insight as to what it's trying to do.


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Posted 09 January 2015 - 03:26 AM

sakshisinha, hi and :welcome: to BC (Bleeping Computer) and to the Linux side of the equation!

Albeit, a rocky start by the looks of things.

 

Screenshots will help. You can read Moderator Stolen's post at this Topic, and/or read NickAu's pinned Topic on the front page of the Linux and Unix forum. You will need an image hosting site, as you will see on reading.

 

 

Be Verbose
When you ask for support you should also include as much information about the problem as possible. Including all of the important details in your first post will greatly speed up the entire support process and allow our volunteers to better assist you. While you may think a particular error message isn't very helpful, it may be the key to resolving your issue. Some details we are looking for would include, but not be limited to:

  •     Your distribution's name (Mint, Ubuntu, Debian, etc), version (17, 14.04, 7, etc), and architecture (32-bit, 64-bit).
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The above is from Kaosu's excellent article, also pinned near Nick's, about properly giving and receiving support, well worth the read, IMO (In My Opinion).

 

If you take a look at my Profile via my avatar (picture) and read my signature below, you will see some of the information we can use to better help you.

 

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Edited - typographical errors


Edited by wizardfromoz, 09 January 2015 - 03:27 AM.





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