Tellurium not working on linux

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Tudor Enache

Aug 24, 2011, 10:01:48 AM8/24/11
to tellurium-users

I have recently discovered the Tellurium framework and wanted to give
it a go.
Unfortunately when I try to run a simple test case selenium client
gets stuck in "Preparing Firefox profile...". My OS is Linux
Backtrack 5 which is built on Ubuntu.
I remembered I had this issue with an old version of selenium server,
so I switched off internal selenium from the configuration file in
order to use a remote server.
After doing that I encountered these errors:
<<ERROR: Unknown command: 'getBundleResponse'>>
com.thoughtworks.selenium.SeleniumException: ERROR: Unknown command:

I assume this is normal because I'm not running the Tellurium custom
server. I searched the web and saw that I need to disable the JQuery
selector, but I couldn't find how and tried almost all disable
functions that indicated a relation.

I personally wanted to take advantage of the features the tuned
selenium server you offer, but I couldn't.

I think I need the latest selenium server customized with Tellurium.
Is this possible? Is there a workaround, another solution?

BTW, the sample configuration file is missing bugReport field under

Jian Fang

Aug 24, 2011, 9:07:31 PM8/24/11
The custom selenium server could be downloaded from our Maven repo:

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