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OS 10.4x - Firefox Installation Problem


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I downloaded the Firefox browser for Mac OSX. The disk is mounted to my desktop now but when I try to open it, a window pops up that says, "1 item, zero kb available."

What's the deal with that?

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That's exactly right. Firefox is the only thing in there, and there is no space on the disk image file. What you need to do is open another filer window (command-N) and drag the firefox icon into Applications.

If you're not sure about any of this, check out the OS X 101 course on the Apple support site. It details various things about how applications work and how to install and remove them.
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Click the Silver Bar in the upper right hand of the window and drag the Firefox.app file into the Apps folder.
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Well, I figured it out. Thanks, guys.

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