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Today I upgraded Mozilla 1.4 to 1.6 by using apt. After Downloading and installing the new version I installed the shockwave pluggin for mozilla. Nothing strange so far. Note: Mozilla ...
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- 03-05-2004 #1
Today I upgraded Mozilla 1.4 to 1.6 by using apt.
After Downloading and installing the new version I installed the shockwave pluggin for mozilla.
Nothing strange so far.
Note: Mozilla was installed in /usr/lib/mozilla-1.6 so by default.
Somehow mozilla was unable to find the shockwave plugin, using the filemanager i took a look and voila, 3 files in the plugin dir.
So I thought; Let's uninstall mozilla.
Using the Add/Remove program option, it also removed : OpenOffice !!!!!?????!
I wanted to reinstall OpenOffice and automaticaly Mozilla 1.4 was also installed.
This is @#$@#.
So I ended up downloading the mozilla installer, installed it in the /usr/local/mozilla, installed shockwave; wow.. all worked.
Tried to reinstall OpenOffice, again the rpm manager wanted to install Mozilla 1.4.....
I just installed 1.6 .... Duhhhhh...
Currently downloading the installer from the OpenOffice site...
This is weird, since when does OpenOffice require the Mozilla 1.4 rpm ????
Anyone else experiencing this ?
Using: Fedora Core 1 ....
To get shockwave working I had to use rpmfind for this lib: libstdc++-libc6.2-2.so.3.. It could be found in the : compat-libstdc++-7.3-2.96.118.i386.rpm
Strange, way does it need C++ support for Red Hat 7.3 backwards compatibility ????
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