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Posted on 03-07-08 21:17
aggghhh. So windows XP could not connect to the internet, so i booted up Mandriva 2008. Firefox connects and stuff (im using it now) but firefox continually dies all the time. If i google "opera for linux" it dies. If i go to "hotmail.com" it dies. If i try to download the udpate for AVG 8.0, it dies. Just closes without making a sound, poof its gone. all of a sudden, right in the middle of stuff.

Im trying to fix my XP, but even Linux firefox wont let me do anything without dying. whaaaaa the fuck is going on?
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Posted on 03-07-08 22:28
firstly I would try reinstall it, so #urpme firefox, and then #urpmi firefox ( you gottta be super user )... Then if that won't work, just use the konqueror, or just "#urpmi opera" etc


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Posted on 03-07-08 23:25
Try mandriva expert for Mandriva questions. http://expert.man. . .

If you don't think it is OS specific, try your ISP