Mozilla -- No running window.

Ruslan N. Gogunsci grint at
Mon Apr 5 05:56:07 PDT 2004

Try remove $HOME/.mozilla and then run mozilla

On Mon, Apr 05, 2004 at 08:29:55PM +0930, Malcolm Kay wrote:
> Today I installed FreeBSD4.9 from an ISO release
> recorded on a CD; together with X windows (4.3).
> I've set ctwm as my windows manager via ports. And all appears
> to be working well.
> I installed mozilla-gtk2-1.4 from the packages on the
> distribution disk. This appeared to proceed OK. But when I attempt
> to run mozilla from an xterm:
>   QuoVadis:> mozilla
> I get the message:
>   No running window.
> and mozilla appears to do nothing further.
> Am I missing something? Do I need to somehow setup for the user?
> Do I just have to wait a very long time for the initial execution
> to appear to do something useful?
> I can't find any man pages or an info entry or any helpful 
> documentation. Presumably there is a some sort of help menu once
> you have the thing running.
> Mozilla is well known -- it must work better than this -- so
> I must be doing something stupid; even though I've been working
> with various releases of FreeBSD for many years.
> Please point me in the right direction. 
> Malcolm Kay
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