On Wed, 26 May 2010 17:11:33 -0700, Michelle Knight wrote:
There is a list of browsers compatible with Selenium (See
). The page states
that Selenium works with Firefox 2+ when a Linux OS is used (I think
Ubuntu would fall under this category ).
I am using Firefox 3.5.9 on Ubuntu 9.10 . I have been finishing another
project (my grandfather visited me in Oregon from Ohio) and have not
played with the at the Selenium Framework since May 14th. I will let you
know if I see the error messages.
Date: Tue, 18 May 2010 17:44:03 +0000 (UTC) From: Dan Nessett
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On Tue, 18 May 2010 19:27:38 +0200, Markus Glaser wrote:
I had these error messages once when I used Firefox 3.6 for testing.
Until recently, Selenium did not support this browser. Apparently now
they do, but I did not have a chance to test this yet. So the solution
for me was to point Selenium to a Firefox 3.5.
My OS is Ubuntu 8.04. The version of Firefox is 3.0.19. Since Ubuntu
automatically updates versions of its software, I assume this is the
Is there a list of browser versions compatible with selenium?
Thanks for the pointer to the list, Michelle. As it turned out there was
bug in RunSeleniumTests that accessed global data before
LocalSeleniumSettings was included. Markus has fixed this problem and is
testing it before checking it in to the repository. Before this fix is
available, you should put all your local configuration data in
-- Dan Nessett