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Originally posted by Van Gogh thanks. In the install instructions, they say one should not install it over an older version. So I have to unistall the older one first, I think.
You shouldn't for mozilla. However, you can have several different versions on the same machine. Download the version from the mozilla page. When you run the installer, install in a directory other than the default one. When you run it you will have to specify the full path to it.
Originally posted by alar Again if you are using rpm then
rpm -e mozilla
-e = erase
Check man rpm
Thanks darthux and alar, I get the following error when I use rpm -e
mozilla = 1.2.1-26 is needed by (installed) mozilla-mail-1.2.1-26
mozilla = 1.2.1-26 is needed by (installed) mozilla-psm-1.2.1-26
mozilla = 35:1.2.1 is needed by (installed) galeon-1.2.7-3
mozilla = 1.2.1-26 is needed by (installed) mozilla-chat-1.2.1-26
mozilla is needed by (installed) plugger-4.0-23