Given that the product itself is BETA and the installer most certainly
is BETA, I'm not going to give out about it yet - though I certainly
agree with you :-) I install as root, then expect to be able to use it.
I assume the requirement to run it once as root was some hackery to get
around some other limitation. It may be fixed by now - and will
certainly be fixed soon if not.
Let's let the Mozilla guys get a 1.0 release of Firefox out the door
before beginning the wah! ;-)
Kenn Humborg wrote:
>> 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
>>> See - this kind of requirement is just stupid. Running a webbrowser
> as root is dangerous. WTF doesn't the installer (or the post-install
> scripts in the RPM) do this stuff?
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