"First, if you run ./funcunit/envjs funcunit/funcunit.html, it should start selenium automatically. If it doesn't, for some reason its taking too long on your system. It usually waits 3 seconds before throwing that message. You can increase that number in funcunit/resources/selenium_start.js."
I don't have a funcunit/resources/selenium_start.js file as far as I can see. What can I do to get round this?
The command steal/js -selenium doesn't do anything on my environments, do I have the syntax right? Does it refer to js.jar in the steal/rhino folder? Sorry if this is a dumb question....
Does the fact that the pages I am testing require authentication make any difference? I am assuming not as selenium does not even start, so it doesn't even get as far as opening the browser or loading the page. I am trying to run a test that simply opens a URL at the moment, waits 5 seconds, then writes an assert statement. This and all my other tests work fine in the browser, and I have run them from the command line in the past (with other problems that relate to what I am trying to test, but without any FuncUnit or Selenium issues).