Largely enjoyed my experience with 64-bit 13.04 from the LiveDVD - seems quite faster than 12.04's Unity! However, Firefox froze when I minimized it, then kind of tried to 'come back' after a few seconds of me waiting for it, then froze again.

Is this at all related to the fact that I was using the LiveCD/DVD/whatever it's called now? And if I can reproduce it, what do I need to relay to the correct individuals?

EDIT - I see now this is a recognized issue of Ubuntu 13.04 - #1163503 on Launchpad. Since I prefer Chromium on Ubuntu I have my workaround, and I see that since it is a bug I will not need to keep this post open. Thanks for being helpful, everyone.

  • This question should instead be filed as a bug report, and as such is off-topic, thanks! Instructions on filing a bug report are here. – Jorge Castro Apr 27 '13 at 14:52
  • So I take it to mean that this is NOT an anticipated side-effect of booting from the LiveCD/DVD. All right then, sorry for being off-topic, just didn't know what to expect. As an aside, this is not a problem in Chromium or any other app/window I've tried out so far, so the workaround is self-evident, but I will followup on the bug report. I'm sure someone somewhere actually uses Firefox.. probably.. :) – Stick Apr 27 '13 at 20:46

Uße this as a guide to report a bug if thats the case

How do I report a bug?

But its probably the CD, try burning another copy

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