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Idon't know if this is the better, but works with me... log with you r user and remove the
.mozzila from your home directory! and rerun mozzila! if you have some bookmarks or anything more you will loose... well.. with me work!
To install Mozilla for multiple users on Unix, install as normal, then create the following script in your Mozilla directory, make it executable (chmod u+x <scriptname>), and run it as root. Do not run this program as su[do] root. (Bug 52653)
You should then be able to run that installation of Mozilla as any user who has permissions to access it."
Also this may have happened:
"You must run Mozilla at least once to complete autoregistration and for the compreg.dat file to be written to the installation directory. If a different user (other than the person who installed the product) runs the program first, a core dump will occur."
probably a permissions problem with some of your true type fonts, if mozilla can't use any one of them it just kills itself before you can get a chance to stop it.
Just do a chmod +r /usr/X11R6/lib/X11/fonts/TTF/* and that might fix the problem, if not its still probably a problem with permissions so toggle around a bit with them
when i click on mozilla icon, it asks me to select a user profile.
i select a profile and then click the start button but nothing happens.. mozilla does not start. but if i click quit button, it quits.
any solution to this problem?
answer by giving reference so that i know this is my problem!
I had the same problem. Just ended up reinstalling it. Seems to work so far.
Can anyone tell me if you can use the same profile for different Users? And if not, is there some why to install the plugins at extensionroom.mozdev.org as anyone other than the root? I've tried as just a regular user but it tells me I don't have the authorization. How the heck can I get around this???