Charles Campbell wrote:
I've got a problem I hope someone can help me with; I have a Fedora
Core 9 system:
* I installed seamonkey v1.1.14 awhile back -- it worked fine
* I decided to try seamonkey 2.0 alpha 2 and installed it (I was
hoping to avoid some of the trash on newsgroups, particular sci.astro)
** problem: doesn't print. I have an Epson Workforce 600 and had a
major problem getting it to work. I finally got eklite.ppd installed,
using usb, and with most applications, including with seamonkey
v1.1.14, it works. It doesn't work with 2.0 alpha.
** problem: I decided to remove 2.0 alpha. I'd installed it in my
user directory (v1.1.14 is in a system directory). However, now when
I try to bring up v1.1.14, I still get 2.0alpha. I have no idea why.
So, I also removed /usr/local/seamonkey and re-installed v1.1.14. I
still get 2.0alpha., however, it doesn't work as well as it used to.
For an example, selecting Help:About Seamonkey yields a blue page
with the word "about:" by itself in the url entry.
I'd like to completely remove seamonkey 2.0alpha. I'm willing to
completely remove all of seamonkey, and re-install it. How may I do
this? As Thunderbird is working, I didn't want to blindly start
removing things that I guessed were seamonkey-related and end up
damaging Thunderbird. Unfortunately removing /usr/local/seamonkey
BTW, this email was done via Thunderbird.
The problem appears to have gone after a reboot -- presumably 2.0alpha
was cached somewhere.
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