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    Just to confirm - I get this at home using Firefox.

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    Its something in joomla that apache does not like, or at least a module of apaches doesnt like.
    It seems to cause the apache instances to end and only when fed joomla php. The forums continue to work regardless. Restarting the apache service fixes the problem but its a random problem which I cant trigger. Apache has a thread debugging mode but it kills all performance while its in the mode so everything will be bad. This would normally not be to bad but I would have run in the mode for days at a time before the error would trigger. I have a interim solution possibly which I am working on but for now other then restarting apache when it happens there is not a solution.
    I am open to suggestions though

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    New frontpage is out so that should cure the issue after I pull joomla fully tonight.
    For more info on the frontpage see here

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