Andre Robatino wrote:
credit card website allows generating virtual card
numbers, but unfortunately they're using flash in that part of the site. When I try to
use it in F30, on one particular machine (it's hardware-specific), in GNOME (it
doesn't happen in MATE), the Firefox tab crashes and I get a general protection fault,
[88812.835817] traps: Web Content general protection fault ip:7f94ee0d0adb
sp:7ffedd6a3140 error:0 in libX11.so.6.3.0[7f94ee0aa000+8e000]
Since flash is involved, it's not clear whether this is the fault of Fedora or flash.
This has been happening for around half a year, so flash has been updated several times.
It also happened with F29. Anyone know how to narrow down where the issue is?
This sounds like the same issue discussed on the devel list
Later in that thread there is a link to a Chromium bug report:
A fix should be in Chrome 75 which, I believe, has now been
released (I saw one of my systems update to that version
With luck, you've hit the same issue and it'll be fixed with
the Chrome 75 update.
(That shouldn't let Citi off the hook for running a banking
site and requiring Flash. :/ )