[CentOS] SeaMonkey RPM for CentOS 5.2 (32 bit) is in which Yum
mhullrich at gmail.com
Mon Sep 15 18:09:52 UTC 2008
On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 4:51 PM, Lanny Marcus <lmmailinglists at gmail.com> wrote:
> If I install it, where should I install it?. (I think there were
> SeaMonkey RPMs, but for CentOS 3
> and CentOS4).
The installer puts it in /usr/local/seamonkey by default, then makes a
link (symbolic?) to there from /usr/bin/seamonkey.
>> I should also point out that I've had a lot of trouble with the last
>> two versions of Seamonkey. It has a tendency to crash whenever a
>> local file is supposed to be accessed, usually when attempting to save
>> or download a file or web page.
> Not good. Is that on 64 bit CentOS or 32 bit? (Probably, it doesn't make
> a difference).
>> (Funny thing is, I haven't had that problem with the 64-bit
>> pre-release version of 2.0pre1a, although I can't get the pdf and swf
>> plugins to work with that....)
> I'm interested in the Composer part of SeaMonkey. Thank you, for your
I'd recommend getting Kompozer (http://www.kompozer.net/) - it's a LOT
like Seamonkey's Composer, but it does a much better job with the
html, it has a nicer editor, especially for the html source (with
colors and all), and it has a slightly more flexible interface (in
most ways - I found an exception last night!). And, if your Seamonkey
crashes, which it does a lot on all my machines, it won't take
Kompozer with it!
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