Is Firefox-esr running on a Raspberry PI Zero on Raspbian 10 Buster?
I can run it on a RPI 3, tested, but it DOES NOT RUN on a RPI Zero...
Is it a problem with my installed OS, or something related to RPIZero/Firefox?
The Zero has only half as much RAM. How much have you reserved for graphics? How much is left in total before you try to run Firefox? Have you tried typing "firefox" in a terminal to get an error message?
Thanks for replying.
Firefox esr crashes on my Zero W as well. I don't normally need a browser for what I'm doing with the W, so I didn't follow up.
Hi, knowing that my case is not an insulated event helps... hopefully more people can share if they experienced success or failure...
Thanks again... still the same errors...pagenotfound wrote: ↑Fri Aug 30, 2019 9:44 pmI can't spot anything obvious in those messages. (Maybe @jdonald can).
I suggest that you try some simple things first.
Make a safety copy of your entire .mozilla directory. Default is /home/pi/.mozilla.
Start from the command line with
which starts without extensions. Probably won't help but still worth a try since it's easy.
firefox-esr -no-remote -ProfileManager
and - if it gets to that point - make a new profile.
If it still doesn't start, reinstall Firefox.