Re: mozilla doesn't load
Hello i woud like to catch on that thread, because i got a simular problem.
I used debian sarge on an diskless installation and have problems to run
Mozilla or Mozilla-Firebird, some dayes earlyer i installed the woody
realease and had the same problems.Then i tried other aplications also
some different browsers, they run whithout problem.So i'm sure that's an
mozilla specific problem.
To answer the questions from the last mail:
1) The process exits on its own and no mozilla-firebird regarding
prozesses are left(at least most of the times).
3) Error message: The error messages tells basically that it don't finds
the locale file's in /var/lib/mozilla-firefox/locales.d,
It is empty because all clients got different /var directories on the
master and they where not syncronist, but at least the directory
/var/lib/mozilla-firebird/locales.d where created, i found that a bit
weard but unless i think the locales are not the mainbroplem i think
that's not so important and is more a diskless problem.
After i coppied the specific file there, i got no more error
when i run firefox, but when i stard the browser whith mozilla-firefox i get
(process:1368): Gtk-WARNING **: Locale not supported by C library.
Using the fallback 'C' locale.
still no browser appears on my screen!!
is it possibill that mozilla has to write on the root filesystem which is
here are my mounts:
/ nfs ro
/home nfs rw
/var nfs rw
/var/lib/dpkg nfs ro
/tmp nfs rw
>On Friday 18 June 2004 06:40 am, Nicolau Leal Werneck wrote:
>> Hello. I'm installing mozilla on a diskless network. The machines
>> can boot normally, I can load lots of programs, like GIMP, mplayer,
>> glade, mutt... Everything looks fine, but some programs,
>> most notably mozilla-frefox, mozilla and KDE (I use vtwm normally),
>> don't work.
>1) When you run mozilla and mozilla-firefox from a command line, does
>the process eventually exit on its own? in other words, do you get the
>command line back without pressing ^C?
>2) If it does not exit on its own, is the process continually 'doing
>something' - taking up CPU time? Or does it get to a point where it is
>quiescent? (using top should answer this)
>2) Can you post the command line output/error messages from running one
>of them. Also, which distribution is this.
>> When I call mozilla, he gives a complaint about locals (I don't
>> think that's the problem). I was having the same problem with
>> mozilla-firefox, but now it complains about the locale, and then
>> simple waits... The window never gets opened.
>> I'm totally clueless. I installed everytihng from packages into the
>> chroot image, like I've seen in lots of HOWTOs, and done before.
>> The only bizarre thing about this installation is that the kernel on
>> the server is different from the kernel on the hosts, so I'm
>> having some problems with modules...
>> Any ideas, anyone??... :(
>> Nicolau Werneck <email@example.com> 9F99 25AB E47E 8724
>> 2F71 http://cefala.org/~nwerneck EA40 DC23 42CE
>> 6B76 B07F "The great tragedy of science -- the slaying of a beautiful
>> hypothesis by an ugly fact. " -- Thomas Huxley
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