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I just started having this problem, not sure if it's slackware or firefox. I used to be able to open and run firefox. Now, it shows the little bouncing icon, but it never starts. This applies whether I go thru the menu or try to run it from the command line. This is what ps aux shows and continues to show, even though firefox isn't running.
I am having the same issue. Using fedora core one and gnome. It used to work, then I installed chatzilla. What is funny is that if I switch to root, and use command line, it works, but when I go back as a user, no cigar.
Help I'm a newbie running suse 11.0, firefox won't start
firefox was working and everything was happy, then Suse installed a load of updates and firefox won't open. I click the icon, the menu disappears then nothing happens.
Please step by step instructions, only had Suse 2 weeks...