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I've been running Centos 4 for year or more. Evolution has been running correctly all that time. Yesterday, I installed a Firefox upgrade. Everything worked fine, afterwards. Including Evolution. Today, ...
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    Evolution: Failed to initialize NSS


    I've been running Centos 4 for year or more. Evolution has been running correctly all that time.

    Yesterday, I installed a Firefox upgrade. Everything worked fine, afterwards. Including Evolution.

    Today, I started up Evolution for about the third time since I got up this morning, and it failed to run. I get an error:

    (evolution:5014) camel-WARNING **: Failed to initialize NSS

    Searching around the web, I've found only a very few references to this, with guidance that hasn't helped. People don't seem to know the cause, and are messing about with SELINUX settings.

    Does anybody have any ideas? I have some very important transactions in progress, and having that email account go down is a _very_ big deal.

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    Someone pointed me to a solution.

    It appears that this is a side-effect of a flawed Seamonkey upgrade I installed this weekend.

    http://bugzilla.redhat.com/bugzilla/....cgi?id=229987

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