Advice Request dejsonlz4.exe issue on LibreWolf

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Mr.X

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Aug 2, 2014
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When I run portable LibreWolf 113.0.1-1 x64 in a red box, I get the following errors:
Code:
dejsonlz4.exe (944): SBIE1231 Initialization failed for process  [C0000001 / A4]
PID 2832: SBIE2314 Cancelling process dejsonlz4.exe
Code:
NormalFilePath=E:\LibreWolf\*

If I add one line, it works:
Rich (BB code):
NormalFilePath=E:\LibreWolf\*
NormalFilePath=R:\Container\LibreWolf\*
Although I want to know whether is another more appropriate solution …



Windows 10 x64 21H2 Education en-US | Sandboxie-Plus > Container in a RAM disk | Only portable apps sitting on a non-system drive
 

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When I run portable LibreWolf 113.0.1-1 x64 in a red box, I get the following errors:
Code:
dejsonlz4.exe (944): SBIE1231 Initialization failed for process  [C0000001 / A4]
PID 2832: SBIE2314 Cancelling process dejsonlz4.exe
Code:
NormalFilePath=E:\LibreWolf\*

If I add one line, it works:
Rich (BB code):
NormalFilePath=E:\LibreWolf\*
NormalFilePath=R:\Container\LibreWolf\*
Although I want to know whether is another more appropriate solution …



Windows 10 x64 21H2 Education en-US | Sandboxie-Plus > Container in a RAM disk | Only portable apps sitting on a non-system drive
The error you are experiencing is related to Sandboxie, which is preventing the process dejsonlz4.exe from running properly. The solution you found of adding "NormalFilePath=[Drive]:\Container\LibreWolf\" to your Sandboxie configuration file is one way to fix this issue, and it is appropriate given your setup with a RAM disk and portable apps on a non-system drive.

Another possible solution would be to create a Sandboxie rule specifically for LibreWolf, which would allow it to run without restrictions. To do this, open Sandboxie Control, click on the "Configure" menu, and select "Edit Configuration". Then add the following lines at the end of the file:

Code:
[LibreWolf.exe]
Enabled=y
AutoRecover=y
BlockNetworkFiles=n
Template=Firefox
Tunnel=y

Save the file and try launching LibreWolf again. This should create a separate Sandboxie container for LibreWolf, which should allow it to run properly without any issues.

I hope this helps! Let me know if you have any other questions.
 

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