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Re: seamonkey update in FC5 is broken?

On Saturday 06 January 2007 17:44, Lonni J Friedman wrote:
> On 1/6/07, Nigel Henry <cave dnb tiscali fr> wrote:
> > On Saturday 06 January 2007 05:49, Lonni J Friedman wrote:
> > > Anyone else running FC5 finding that the latest seamonkey update is
> > > completely broken?  The RPM claims to have a /usr/bin/seamonkey, yet
> > > its never installed.
> >
> > I did FC5 updates last night, which said it was going to replace mozilla,
> > and among other updates install seamonkey.
> >
> > rpm -ql seamonkey  shows it as /usr/bin/mozilla (shell script) , and sure
> > enough the shell script is now referring to mozilla-seamonkey.
> Ah, yes your'e right.  It boggles my mind why they did it in this
> fashion.  It used to be /usr/bin/seamonkey, and that no longer works
> without hacking in a symlink to /usr/bin/mozilla.  Plus it broke all
> the plugins which used to be in /usr/lib/seamonkey-1.x/plugins.
> *sigh*

That's really frustrating.

Where did you get your original Seamonkey from, which was 
in /usr/bin/seamonkey?  I don't use Mozilla, now Seamonkey, but Konqueror, 
Firefox, or Opera.  I ask because according to my FC5 updates last night, 
this was the first time that Seamonkey was installed. Apt-get showed Mozilla 
being REPLACED, and Seamonkey as NEW.

I have Sun's JRE installed, and have just tried a site that I know needs Java, 
both with Firefox, and my new Seamonkey, and both work ok. Same goes for the 
Internet radio site that uses Realplayer10GOLD.

I hope you havn't had to re-setup too many plugins.


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