Did you run Forefox once as root after installing?
There are some issues (or at least used to be) about creation of
directories and system-wide config files. So it's a good idea to run
Firefox once as root after installing it, before trying to run it as any
Colm MacCarthaigh wrote:
> On Thu, Sep 30, 2004 at 10:19:36AM -0700, Justin Mason wrote:
>>>getting a bit OT ;)
>>> Well I am using linux :)
>>>>wierd! Firefox PR 1.0? (works for me ;)
>>> Not me :/ Using Debian testing as my environment. I managed to get the
> XPI installed by using wget and then a file:// url. Now I have a mozex
> option when I right-click in places, but most of the options are
> greyed out. I don't get any mozex options in the preferences dialog,
> and mozex doesn't show up as an extension in the extensions dialog.
> Wierd :/
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