[CentOS] CentOS5: Can't Access the Web Using Firefox Web Browser
Mark Van Bogart
mark.vanbogart at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 19:48:08 UTC 2007
Have you checked the ownership of the .mozilla" directory. I've found
that mine was set to root.root when I used sudo accidently.
On 6/27/07, Mark Hull-Richter <mhullrich at gmail.com> wrote:
> On 6/27/07, Robert Thompson <the_drbobo at earthlink.net> wrote:
> > Many times (not always) when I click on a URL in an email, the cursor
> > (rotating arrow) lasts for 5-10 seconds, then nada. If I exit email to
> > the desktop,nether the tool-bar icon, nor the
> > Applications->Internet->Firefox Web Browser route will get me unto the
> > web although the cursor shows a rotating arrow for a few seconds. Some
> > other task may be executing as the hard disk is working away. Yet,I can
> > get into Email without waiting (higher priority interrupt?).
> > 1. Shouldn't there be a way of re-assigning priorities to the interrupts?
> > 2. If my request has to wait, why should it be dropped completely making
> > me re-enter the request every 5 seconds?
> Have you tried running it from the command line and see what messages
> appear? I have found that to be useful on a fair number of occasions
> where mouse-started apps misbehaved....
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