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  1. #11
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    [root@localhost mozilla]# sh mozilla-installer
    mozilla-installer: mozilla-installer: is a directory
    [root@localhost mozilla]# ./mozilla-installer
    bash: ./mozilla-installer: is a directory
    im pretty sure that mozilla-installer is the right program as they speak about it in the readme file. thanks for the help, any other suggestions ?

  2. #12
    I installed firefox, and the way it insalled was to put everything related to firefox installation inside a folder called firefox installer. I imagine they do the same with Mozilla.

    Try this in the command line:

    cd [path to mozilla-installer]/mozilla-installer

    if you change to mozilla/mozilla-installer, then you should be able to find some installation instructions in there.

  3. #13
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    Dec 2004
    in the instructions it says you have to su to root and run make install then type exit to go back to your user account.

    if you are the only user then that means you are signed on as root and that is a bad idea. create a user with what ever means you have in slackware adduser does this for you. then when ever you need root access type su then your commands and then exit.
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