GerardJan replied On 1/4/2009 10:45 PM
Michael Gordon wrote:
GerardJan replied On 1/3/2009 8:04 PM
i used a simple HTML href:
I used the last built version (32bit) and put that in
/usr/local/seamonkey and a symlink from /usr/local/seamonkey/seamonkey
I used that in Fedora10(redhat) and the 64-bit yum version in one
window and the last-build 32-bit version in the window beside it. My
64-bit version kept crashing, while SM2.0a2 stayed on working on the
above HTML script.
Only a *ldconfig* could let me use the 64-bit again....
Try changing the mailto= to mailto: and the remaining e-mail address.
That was not the problem, Michael, but a typo in the example, it
happened with other HREF's without mailto:'s as well. Logical is it that
32 bit and 64 bit are fishing in each other water (dutch expression).
American Expression: Put a Shark in the other man's water.
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