programs won't run on user (non-root) accounts....?
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I guess it would be the same as the other revisions - in the directory .mozilla. You could try moving .mozilla and .fullcircle to another name so it would have to create them from scratch. I had a problem on my last download with the existing profile messing me up. It worked much better when I blew it away.
I deleted .phoenix and .mozilla from my home directory in my user account's home (/home/mdb/) I ran both firebird and mozilla, both of them recreated the .phoenix / .mozilla directories with all of the files in them, but neither browsers started... nothing came up, no errors, nothing. They just made the directories and that was it.....
Well, from the mozilla installation instructions - not that this necessarily applies to firebird:
Multi-User Linux Installations
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 a user with write privileges to the mozilla directory (e.g. root). Do not run this program as su[do] root. (Bug 52653)
just realized... it only exits when it begins to render a page it seems like... if I hit the stop button really quickly before it starts loading a page, the window stays open, I can use the program up until I navigate to a webpage, at which point it dies.
Originally posted by once here just realized... it only exits when it begins to render a page it seems like... if I hit the stop button really quickly before it starts loading a page, the window stays open, I can use the program up until I navigate to a webpage, at which point it dies.
I have the same problem. Only my mozilla doesn't start at all. Haven't tried with firebird yet.
Under root everythin works just fine. Weird.
My Galeon doesn't seem to work either. Every time i go to a web page for example google, everything seems to work fine but when i enter data and hit the search button, nothing happens. All the links work fine, but submit buttons etc don't seem to work.