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I enountered the same question in mozilla 1.4, it looks like a bug in the startup of mozilla.
I think there are two ways to start up mozilla, either in mozilla or run-mozilla.sh command. The full path method works for mozilla, but not for run-mozilla.sh. I just fixed this problem by adding an icon in start menu with command line "/usr/.../mozilla". (... is the installation location).
I tried making a new launcher for it, but with just mozilla on the command line, it cannot find it.. if I use mozilla-bin, it wont work.. so for now I seem to have to open a terminal and run the script by hand..
I mean you type like /usr/local/mozilla/mozilla under the prompt, it should work. Or make sure your $PATH is including this dir.
Well, I am a newbie, too. But I think this question is a little bit nonsense. You ought to sift the readme.txt or installation.txt for mozilla, then you might solve it easily without asking for others' help.