In an Ubuntu 10.10 32bit VM with firefox 10.0 (binary extracted to /opt/firefox) I get 'failed to create drawable' when I successfully launch firefox via CLI
I have a 32bit Ubuntu 10.10 (maverick) and as I want this version to stay the same I've edited /etc/sources.list as follows: [CODE]edit unsupported use leading space to preformat &/or < b r /> & nowiki tags ~J99
All fine untill here... I also needed my firefox to be in the 10.0 version and to do so, I've fetched manually the tar.bz2 package from firefox' page dedicated to old releases; uninstalled the old one using 'Software Manager' and installed this new package by giving the following commands to the CLI:
Re: In an Ubuntu 10.10 32bit VM with firefox 10.0 (binary extracted to /opt/firefox) I get 'failed to create drawable' when I successfully launch firefox via CLI
@sebastiaopburnay: It also seemed strange to me that there was a chrome inside the /opt/firefox folder, but the app is really firefox (it was downloaded from Mozilla).
@nibal: Smt is very wrong. This is chrome, not firefox.
@nibal: You are right. I guess there is a lot of cooperation between Mozilla and Google.
nibal certainly jumps to conclusion that it is related to Google Chrome and not see that it is a coincidence in name as the browser we know as Firefox existed for pretty much six years (as Phoenix 0.1) before the browser Chrome did.