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Mozilla not starting

On my Linux server I had Mozilla working fine but made some adjustments - added sendmail and it seems to work fine except for a few tweaks and moved it to a new ISP - new T1.  My problem is that I cannot seem to get Mozilla to start now.  Not sure where the restart for program is as it will not restart from GNOME icon.  Any suggestions?
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owensleftfootCommented:
Type mozilla-bin from a terminal window.
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willy134Commented:
if that doesn't work download a newer version from mozilla.org (binary version) and run it from that.  I have had similar problems and it took a whole recompile to fix it (a little extreme) but the binary version always worked.

the command line will at least let you see what is erroring out.
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midav2004Author Commented:
I typed mozilla-bin and got error message no such comman.  I cannot ope a browser so cannot download from browser.  I do have ftp working on the server is the ftp site for mozilla.org the same and what is the most recent version named?
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owensleftfootCommented:
try /usr/local/mozilla/mozilla-bin
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midav2004Author Commented:
The default Mozilla was not in /usr/local/mozilla/mozilla-bin.  I did a grep and could not find it.  So I ftp to the mozilla.org site and downloaded the tar    Easy install and works great.  Thanks for the help
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