Pete Slagle wrote:
Donald J. O'Neill wrote:
On Thursday 30 March 2006 17:53, Albert Shih wrote:
Le 30/03/2006 à 14:42:10-0800, Micah a écrit
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126.96.36.199_2 was commited last night, so it's probably a recent
breakage. I just found a bug report on it at
So we have four confirmed cases of firefox not working.
five...but not for firefox...for thunderbird (well I don't use it at
Same problem when I try to laucnh thunderbird, nothing append, no
using : FreeBSD 6.1-PRERELEASE
This happened to me also, until I remembered this has happened before
and what to try.
Login as root, start the GUI (mine is KDE), open a terminal program
and start firefox from there. After that, I had no problems. It's
Surprisingly, this worked perfectly for me with FreeBSD 6.1-PRERELEASE,
although I didn't take the time to figure out why.
I didn't even restart the GUI, I just ran Firefox and Thunderbird from a
xterm window as root, and then exited them. All fixed.
I remember this being the Linux way to install the mozilla suite.
Install, run as root first, then run as user. I never had to do that in
FreeBSD. I'll try it as soon as I get back.
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