Re: [SUSE Linux Users] Installation of Mozilla Firebird
- Peter Motte wrote:
> Firebird is not yet finished.But already considered by many to be the best browser available...
Your instructions were flawless!! Worked perfectly. Thanks.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Justin Churchey"
> --- In email@example.com, "Peter Motte"1.0,
> <peter.motte@s...> wrote:
> > Firebird is not yet finished.
> > see
> > http://www.forbes.com/2004/02/04/cx_ah_0204tentech.html
> I am not quite sure that this is entirely true. Sure, it isn't
> but that doesn't mean that it isn't a stable browser. I've beenusing
> for a month or so now, since trying it out, and I have had noproblems
> with it at all. I'm beginning to like it better than Mozillaitself
> (if all you need is a browser).be a
> To install it, you have to download the Linux file, which should
> tar ball (*.tar.gz). Login as root and copy the file from youruser's
> /home directory into /usr/local. Next you want to uncompress thefile
> with "tar -xzvf MozillaFirebird.tar.gz," this will unpackage allof
> the files you need into a new directory in /usr/local/MozillaFirbird.
> The executable is in this directory (@symbolic
> /usr/local/MozillaFirebird/MozillaFirebird). You can make a
> link to this in your /usr/bin directory so you can just run it offof
> the command line. Go to your /usr/bin directory and create alink:
> ln -s firebird /usr/local/MozillaFirebird/MozillaFirebird
> Now, all you have to do is run the "firebird" command to start the
> I would recommend reading any info you can find on Plug-Ins and
> installing whatever you need.
> Hope all that helps. If you need me to clarify something, just