A few days ago I installed FreeBSD 13.0-RELEASE-p1 on a new laptop.
I would like to use the current version of Thunderbird 78.11.0 as my email client.
After going through the initial setup of email accounts I restarted
the Thunderbird. It came up but after a few seconds it was hanging.
Description of the issue: building mail/thundebird fails always on one of my machines.
Even running # portmaster -f mail/thunderbird stops with the same error.
I might not correctly configured ports on which thunderbird is build, but I am not sure how to troubleshoot.
Here is the last...
I just did a fresh install of FreeBSD 12.1 and installed Mate as well. Now I’m trying to install Firefox and thunderbird but pkg doesn’t seem to be able to find the packages.
Any help would be greatly appreciated
It doesn't seem like there will be an easy answer to this. Is it possible to change the location of Thunderbird notifications to a chosen screen? Or to at least change the default location of notifications in window managers, JWM specifically?
On my setup, I have a large screen TV (over 30")...
After upgrading from 11.0 to 11.1, firefox and thunderbird look has change:
- scroll bars have no more central button
- buttons have no more border
- selected text is no more in reverse video
- input fields have no more border
I have use the freebsd-update to do the upgrade as describe in the...
Mozilla products get more and more bloated and unusable...
So Palemoon is a great replacement for Firefox. How about Thunderbird?
Of course, there exist many email clients. Personally I don't need GUI in most cases and use mail/mutt at home. However, I have to use mail/thunderbird at work since...
Hello - I recently migrated my desktop computers from Ubuntu to FreeBSD for better security.
After installing Thunderbird 45.1.1, I started the Enigmail GPG add-on setup wizard, which created the key correctly but failed when attempting to create a revocation certificate. It cannot create the...
since my machine was acting up until a second restart just now I'm not sure whether this is a general problem or not, so I thought I just ask here:
Does anyone else see a massive increase in Thunderbird crashes after the upgrade from 38.7.1 to 45.0_1?