dsmith at programmablesolutions.net
Tue Jul 13 20:44:20 UTC 2004
Have you tried to start it from a terminal to see if it spits an error
or checked the logs? My firefox dir was under .mozilla.
On Tue, 2004-07-13 at 15:30, Jaime Alvarez wrote:
> David Smith wrote:
> >I had a similar problem this morning after I installed Firefox from the
> >Mozilla website. I found that it would sit there and then not start at
> >all. To fix mine I just renamed my .mozilla directory to
> >.mozilla_backup. This seemed to have fixed it. Seems that this version
> >of firefox is different. For example it had import my bookmarks etc.
> >Hope that helps.
> >On Tue, 2004-07-13 at 15:00, Jaime Alvarez wrote:
> Yeap, that describes my Firefox's symptoms. The first time i tried to
> start it up, it did ask me about importing my profile and i selected
> Mozilla/Firefox and pressed 'yes'. Those are the last words i heard from
> it. I even uninstalled, installed it again and rebooted (windows reflex)
> without success.
> I have the following related directories:
> I even have
> But no .firefox :-(
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