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are you using mozilla-firefox or mozilla-firefox-bin?
Juan Ignacio wrote:
> Richard Freeman wrote:
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>> Despite much googling and searching the forums, I am unable to get
>> thunderbird to open links in firefox. I have a nagging suspicion that
>> the problem might be AMD64-related due to the dearth of info out there.
>> I have set:
>> in /usr/lib64/MozillaThunderbird/defaults/pref/all-thunderbird.js - and
>> this shows up in about:config (you need an extension to actually display
>> this in thunderbird 1.0.4).
>> However, when clicking on a link in an email thunderbird outputs:
>> /usr/lib/MozillaThunderbird/mozilla-xremote-client: Error: Failed to
>> send command: 509 internal error
>> Browser doesn't understand command
>> Has anybody else seen this behavior? Could this be related to using a
>> 32-bit firefox and a 64-bit thunderbird? I'd rather not use 64-bit
>> firefox since I have the occasional need to use flash, and the last time
>> I tried it (only a few months ago) it was still crashing frequently.
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> Try mozilla-launcher-1.41. This works for me with
> mozilla-thunderbird-1.0.6-r2 and mozilla-firefox-1.0.6-r1.
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