I'm not sure if this is the appropriate place to post this tread, but I think the feedback might be helpful to you.
I am running OpenSuse 10.3 on a 64-bit system. I had evoulution and Firefox running on the system and unfortunately did an update to Firefox 3.5. When I attempted to use the browser, it displayed a blank page for any web site that I attempted to view. I tried going back to the 64 bit version of latest 3.0 version and got the same result. Moving from the 64 bit version of Firefox to the 32 bit version corrected the issue in the 3.0 version. Now when I attempt to start evolution it fails to start. Starting it from the command line gives the following error:
evolution-smime-WARNING **: Failed all methods for initializing NSS
I've tried reinstalling evolution and got the same result after deleting and reinstalling it. The version of Evolution installed is 2.12.0-5.8 x86-64. The version of Firefox installed is 3.0.12-0.1 i586. Firefox is not the x86-64 version because that version does not load any web pages after installing the 3.5 version.
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