[CentOS] Thunderbird Upgraded from 1.0.8 to and MOZ_NO_REMOTE dead

Tue Jul 18 19:14:02 UTC 2006
Sean O Sullivan <seanos at seanos.net>

Sean O Sullivan wrote:
>> Robert Moskowitz wrote:
>>> Since Centos 4.3 comes with Thunderbird 1.0.8,  I downloaded the tar of
>>> fro mozilla and tried to figure out what to do with it.
>>> <snip>
>>> So I setup the following script, acct1mail:
>>> set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1
>>> /usr/lib/thunderbird/thunderbird -profile ~/data/acct1/Mail &
>>> set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=0
>>> and acct2mail
>>> set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=1
>>> /usr/lib/thunderbird/thunderbird -profile ~/data/acct2/Mail &
>>> set MOZ_NO_REMOTE=0
>> On a package-based system, use packages, not source.
>> http://dev.centos.org/centos/4.4beta/os/i386/CentOS/RPMS/thunderbird- 
Robert Moskowitz wrote:
> I did the install:  rpm -Uhv thunderbird-
> I downloaded the rpm as a user, but ran the rpm SUed.  Three problems:
> Does not fix my MOZ_NO_REMOTE problem.
You might try :

also, after quick google, are you meant to specify profile location, or 
profile name?
Instead of
-profile ~/data/acct1/Mail

-P "Profile Name"

> No ICON associated in the window (running gnome).
OK, you may have to logout & log back in again for GNOME to pickup on 
icons -- there may be a command to get GNOME to detect new icons/reread 
pixmaps dire - unsure.
> When I do an extensions check update, I get a whole bunch of language 
> extenstions listed that cannot be checked as:
> Update not supported (install location is read only).
This is normal - to update language extensions (which is not stored in 
local user profile), you must run as root/su'd.
> Oh and this compose window and the extensions window also lack their 
> icons.
As above - try logging in & out.
> Is there a beta 4.4 list where I should point this out?
centos-devel list I assume,

Also, try not top-posting, makes it harder/more effort to reply.