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Old 11-30-2003, 11:00 PM   #1
e_cubed99
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Mozilla Install


Hi -

I installed the new version of mozilla as the root user - as the root, when i click on the mozilla button it opens the new version. when i remove the root authentication and try and use it as a normal user, it opens the old version. how do i make the normal users buttons start the new version?

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Old 11-30-2003, 11:14 PM   #2
qwijibow
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fist of all, if i were you, i would Un-install the old Mozilla.....

how did you install the new mozilla ?
since you have 2 different versions of mozilla im assuming you did not install via RPM ???

did you download and extract re-compiled binary's ???

anyway, uninstall the old mozilla,

then cd into /bin
then
ls -s /PATH/TO/MOZILLA/EXECUTABLE/mozilla
 
  


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