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I've removed the link/name of your site because I think that there's potentially
dodgy content on there.
As far as I'm concerned I'd be using strace to execute the browser and see whether
there's any info in its output pertaining to the problems you experience. One
guess would be that the java part uses something stupidly windows specific, e.g.
"c:\path to something" that has no place/equivalent in Linux.
Try something like
strace -o debug.out -vFf /path/to/browser URL
Heh .. I don't think I want your credentials, and I don't think you
should publicise them here; also, it wouldn't help you if I can get
it to play nice on my Slackware install, either. And strace is available
for RH, so must be for centos; try "yum install strace"
Do you happen to have msn or another meethod to contact you. I am on my computer all day and it would be easier if I could just speak to you in real time. I tried this command: strace -o debug.out -vFf /usr/lib/mozilla and got this: strace: exec: Permission denied.
Honestly, my head is starting to hurt from trying to figure this out. Ive been searching all over the internet for several days.
Sorry matey, I'm at work, and can't do real time support due to work-load. If you get permission denied change to a directory that you have write access to. Could also be because of the missing executable; sorry about the confusion, you'll need to specify the program as well as the path, so that's
Is it possible that the website does not support linux? I had a friend do some investigating and he seems to have ruled out any other possability. Hes not a linux expert but he does know linux pretty well.
I wish I could be of more help but I'm honestly clueless when it comes to linux.