Bug#651912: hexedit workaround does not work
dbrazziel at snet.net
Mon Dec 26 17:24:42 UTC 2011
"One can also achieve approximately the same effect by installing
hexedit and running
<TAB> (to move to the ASCII column)
/ /usr/lib/nss (to find that path mentioned there)
X a few times (to corrupt it)
<control + X> (to save and exit)"
I replaced the entire path (/usr/lib/nss/libsoftokn3.so) with
'X'es and am still getting these annoying messages
on startup and every time I open a new tab and go to a website.
I don't know if another portion of the code is trying
to load this library or what, but it is worthless to
me and spams the heck out of '.xsession-errors'.
Why is the code referencing '/usr/lib/nss'? The directory
does not exist on Debian:
/usr/lib/chromium$ dlocate /usr/lib/nss
/usr/lib/chromium$ dpkg -S /usr/lib/nss
/usr/lib/chromium$ dpkg-query: no path found matching pattern /usr/lib/nss.
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