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Dropline Gnome & Mozilla
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Thread: Dropline Gnome & Mozilla

  1. #1

    Dropline Gnome & Mozilla

    Since I installed Dropline Gnome on Slack 10, whenever I try to run Mozilla, Firefox starts. Any ideas about why this is happening? Even if I specify the direct path to mozilla (/usr/bin/mozilla)...Firefox has its own path.

    Should I remove & reinstall Mozilla?

    Thnx.

  2. #2
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    Re:Dropline Gnome & Mozilla

    If I recall correctly Dropline installs it's version of Mozilla. Are there any specific errors/warnings messages in your terminal?

  3. #3

    Re:Dropline Gnome & Mozilla

    No, it just opens Mozilla-Firefox.

  4. #4

    Re:Dropline Gnome & Mozilla

    Does it do this even when you type "mozilla" in a terminal? If so it's probably your mozilla startup script. Type "which mozilla" and edit that file with your favorite editor. Try making it point to /usr/lib/mozilla/mozilla or wherever your mozilla is installed.

    If "mozilla" from a terminal works fine, it's probably just your launcher. You'll have to find out where Dropline keeps its .desktop files ( /usr/share/applications on fedora ) and edit mozilla.desktop to point to the right binary. Or just right-click on the mozilla icon and edit the launcher (if that's working for you).

  5. #5

    Re:Dropline Gnome & Mozilla

    Starting Mozilla from the desktop icon and a term window, Firefox starts. When I type which mozilla it points to /usr/bin/mozilla and which mozilla-firefox points to /usr/bin/mozilla-firefox. I created a new icon for mozilla and firefox starts.

  6. #6

    Re:Dropline Gnome & Mozilla

    It seems after creating a new icon for mozilla and logging out & in, it works now.

    Thnx for the suggestions.

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