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Old 12-15-2009, 03:12 PM   #1
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Thunderbird 3, Slack64 current, and Lightning

Has anyone been able to get the Lightning extension to work on Thunderbird 3.0 for x86_64 from the slackware64-current tree?

I am running multilib and was able to compile Thunderbird 3.0 from the mozilla source and then use the nightly builds of Lightning to work fine, but when I removed that and installed the 64-bit TB3.0 the same lightning XPI is not compatible.

I also tried a formerly released lightning 0.9 x86_64 version but I believe that only works on Thunderbird 2.x. I have since tried to compile lightning using the source but have had no success... any help would be appreciated. thanks.
Old 12-16-2009, 10:58 AM   #2
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They have one they came out with in a nightly build on Dec. 8th that might work.


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