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Old 11-25-2004, 04:18 AM   #1
basanta
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gui mozilla-installer in debian


As a part of our linux localization project I have to make a mozilla installer.

I downloaded "mozilla-source-1.8a1.tar.bz2" , uncompressed it and compiled it with some extra switches like "pango" and "svg". The compilation is successful and I was able to execute mozilla from /dist/bin/ folder. fine.

Now I want to make mozilla-installer out of that build. so that I can take this mozilla installer package and untar it and do ./mozilla-installer and the gui thing will guide me through rest of the installation process.

I have searched the web and done everything I could. Please suggest how to do it or give me at least a short clue on to how to do it.

Thanking you in advance.

My OS = Morphix (Debian)

Basanta Shrestha
PAN localization project.
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