john.68taylor at btinternet.com
Tue Jun 26 10:47:00 BST 2007
Mark Jose wrote:
> On Tuesday 26 June 2007 06:18, John Taylor wrote:
>> john at ubuntu:~$ gksudo ./seamonkey-installer
>> X Error: BadDevice, invalid or uninitialized input device 169
>> Major opcode: 145
>> Minor opcode: 3
>> Resource id: 0x0
>> Failed to open device
>> What more can I tell you?
> Just spotted the reason for your Major opcode error btw - you are running the
> installer as su - you won't need the gksudo bit in front of the installer
> command. If you try again, with just ./seamonkey-installer, it should work.
> OK, I have been nosing around the Seamonkey site. Firstly, I notice that the
> 1.1.1 version has been superceded by 1.1.2 which fixes some serious security
> problems, so I think I would grab that from Mozilla rather than attempting to
> install the earlier version.
> The download is at -
> The Linux GTK2 version is the one you want.
> Running through the install on the mozilla website -
> and all went fine here.
I have GTK2 version from yesterdays download.
If I run
john at ubuntu:~$ ./seamonkey-installer
bash: ./seamonkey-installer: is a directory
john at ubuntu:~$
what do I do now?
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