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Old 04-03-2008, 10:24 PM   #16
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Talking I found a RPM file that fix the problem

I found an RPM file that fixed my problem
once I got this installed Firefox 2 runs great. I hope this helps.

Originally Posted by nightrider View Post

I solve the trouble! I get libstdc++*.* from a Mandriva 2006 that I use at home, tar them transmit to here in my job, where I use Fedora Core 5. Then I untar them in the local /usr/lib.

Imediatelly Mozilla Firefox begin to run normally.

But I get a new trouble. I can't put a shortcut in the desktop. I tried to create a symbolic link in the Desktop but when I double click it, linux ask me if I want to execute or edit or...
When I choose execute, it opens a konsole window and runs Firefox OK, but, obviously, I can't close the konsole window.

Hey mr. Ken! If you want a copy of the file that solves my trouble, please send an e-mail to and I'll transmit it to you.

Best regards


P.S.: Thank you guys!


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