And i can't even spell "freebsd.org" right. Not my day.
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Jeremy Gransden <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
On 3/2/07, Dr. Jennifer Nussbaum <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
This is a resend of something i sent to the freebsd-gnome list a
ago, but there wer no answers and i think its a real problem, so i
no one minds.
I have a new install of FreeBSD 6.2, and installed Gnome 2.16 and
other things, including Firefox 2.0, from Ports.
Firefox only runs as root. Every time. I Googled and saw that in an
version there was a problem that it had to be run the _first_ time
but after that it was OK, but thats not the problem here--it ONLY
root all the time. If I type "firefox" on the command line it
just immediately returns to the command line, no error messages
of any sort, nothing in /var/log/messages.
When run as root it seems to be fine. The binary has execute
permissions for everyone.
What do i need to be doing?
what are the permissions on .mozilla in your home directory.
/me hangs head in shame and embarrassment.
Thank you. So sorry to bother the list with this. I thought i had been
clever to check the permissions on the binary :-(
Thank you Jeremy!
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