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Unable to start Flatpak from command line- Thunderbird Version 115.0.1

I recently installed the Flatpak version of Thunderbird Version 115.0.1. I can no longer start Thunderbird from the command line. It is supposed to run by using the com… (read more)

I recently installed the Flatpak version of Thunderbird Version 115.0.1.

I can no longer start Thunderbird from the command line. It is supposed to run by using the command flatpak run org.mozilla.Thunderbird. When I issue this command nothing happens.

I can however start Thunderbird by using rofi. When I use rofi to start Flatpak Thunderbird, it runs perfectly.

I do not have any problems with any of the other Flatpak applications that I have on my system. Prior to updating Thunderbird, I did not have any problems with the Flatpak version of Thunderbird that I had installed. It is just this new version of Flatpak Thunderbird that is giving me problems.

I am running Debian Linux version 12.

Asked by david.w.potter 11 months ago

Answered by david.w.potter 10 months ago

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Supernova Thunderbird 115, calendar, chat, address book, tasks are missing on flatpack

I've just moved to Fedora 39. First tried installing the official fedora Thunderbird through discover and Thunderbird found my profile, created menu links to calendar, ch… (read more)

I've just moved to Fedora 39. First tried installing the official fedora Thunderbird through discover and Thunderbird found my profile, created menu links to calendar, chat, address book, tasks, but they go no where. Uninstalled, tried the flatpak. Initially my .thunderbird file was not found and I had to manually relocate it into the new flatpak Thunderbird folder. Thunderbird then found my profile but calendar, chat, address book, tasks are STILL missing even though their menu links exist.

I've searched for solutions and in every one of them I have some important missing part i.e. lightning listed in addons(to remove and then re-add, its not listed there so I can't), find the "extensions.installedDistroAddon.{e2fda1a4-762b-4020-b5ad-a41df1933103}" in my advanced settings - remove (no remove setting, only true or false, a sub menu where I can set its type, and a trash).

Any advice?

Asked by marthanne 7 months ago

Answered by marthanne 7 months ago