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Old 11-17-2003, 02:41 PM   #1
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Problem with running of Mozilla 1.5

I have a problem with running of newly installed Mozilla 1.5. Previously I had Mozilla 1.3 and there is no problem. Now I can run Mozilla 1.5 without problem as root, but if i tried to run it from users accounts, browser window has been show, but when I put address to address bar and send it, nothing happened. There left .mozilla folder after older version in my account. I tried to remove it and then run Mozilla 1.5, abut then only profile selection/creation window appear, but after selection/creation, nothing more happened. I also tried to copy .mozilla from root to my account, but without success. I also try to make installation without .mozilla folder in my account, but it also didn`t help.
Installation was performed in all cases as root. Distribution is Mandrake 9.1.
Can anybody help me, please?


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