On Jan 20, 12:23*am, Ron Hunter wrote:
> On 1/19/2010 4:18 AM, brian wrote:
>
>
>
> > On 19/01/10 00:41, Ron Hunter wrote:
> >> On 1/18/2010 6:27 PM, Daddy wrote:
> >>> brian wrote:
> >>>> Hi
> >>>> Some strange behaviour recently in Ubuntu Karmic. I successfully
> >>>> downloaded Fx 3.6rc2 (en-GB) and extracted the files to my home
> >>>> folder. However when I try to run it I get the following:

>
> >>>> 'XML Parsing Error: undefined entity
> >>>> Location: chrome://browser/content/browser.xul
> >>>> Line Number 252, Column 5: > >>>> key="&bookmarksGtkCmd.commandkey;" command="Browser:ShowAllBookmarks"
> >>>> modifiers="accel,shift"/>
> >>>> ----^'

>
> >>>> Running in a terminal window gives the following:

>
> >>>> (firefox-bin:9124): GLib-WARNING **: g_set_prgname() called multiple
> >>>> times

>
> >>>> (firefox-bin:9124): GLib-WARNING **: g_set_prgname() called multiple
> >>>> times

>
> >>>> .....and then opens the message above.

>
> >>>> If I open the Firefox folder as an administrator and then run the
> >>>> firefox shell script file it opens ok.

>
> >>>> I have tried the En-US version and this works without any
> >>>> problems.......strange?

>
> >>>> Anyone got any ideas?

>
> >>>> Brian

>
> >>> How about waiting until the software is final?

>
> >>> Daddy

>
> >> Not a good solution. 3.6RC2 works well here on two Win7 and one WinXP
> >> machine. No reason he shouldn't be able to get it working.
> >> He might try to uninstall, and download it again. Sounds like
> >> something went awry in the install process.

>
> > Thanks Ron. I had done as you suggested but as stated previously it was
> > only when I tried the US language version that I installed and ran it
> > successfully.
> > It's not a major issue as I have got a workable version installed but
> > just curious why this problem has arisen. I also have the en-GB version
> > successfully installed in Windows 7.

>
> > Brian

>
> Sounds like an issue with Ubuntu, rather than a Firefox issue. *Maybe it
> just doesn't like the en-GB version for some reason.
>
> --
> Ron Hunter -- rphun...@charter.net


I have the same problem on Windows XP and I'm using pigfoot's portable
build. I installed it over the previous one as I did on every update
but now it shows that error. Looks like a bug.