evan.ubuntu at gmail.com
Fri Jun 24 15:38:14 UTC 2005
I had a similar problem. It happened to be a bug
And it resolved by removing the file ~/.mozilla/firefox/*/XUL.mfasl
and restarting firefox ^^
On 6/24/05, Arjan Geven <arjangeven at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 24 Jun 2005 11:16:53 +0200, Matthias Heiler <heiler at gmx.de> wrote:
> > Arjan Geven <arjangeven at gmail.com> writes:
> > > Now, all I ever used to install applications is Synaptic, but with
> > > some additional repositories (Hoary Backports), and I'm afraid I broke
> > > something with that. I have no idea how to revert to an older version
> > > of Firefox, to force an overwrite of the file in question
> > > (browser.xul) with a fresh one or if that would even fix the problem.
> > The first thing I would try is "sudo aptitude reinstall mozilla-firefox".
> > This will remove your current version of firefox and install a new one.
> > However, if you have buggy repositories in /etc/apt/sources it will
> > re-install this buggy stuff, too.
> > Matthias
> I did something similar: A reinstall through Synaptic (right-click ->
> reinstall). That didn't help. I guess it doesn't reinstall
> configuration files, where the problem seems to be. Suggestions?
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