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Playing MP3 in Firefox on Debian

Is there a way to get MP3 playback within Firefox 31+ without installing plugins? I know about the entire encoding issues, but I have read somewhere that Firefox will look for native OS encoders like ...
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1answer
95 views

How to update Mozilla Firefox on debian wheezy [closed]

I want to update Mozilla Firefox on Debian Wheezy (my preferable way is by terminal). How to do that?
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1answer
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How to make local system CA certificates known to Firefox?

Recently, the CAcert root certificates have been removed from Debian (more precisely, from the ca-certificates package). Since I want to keep them, I backed up the directory ...
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0answers
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Install firefox and Mozrepl on Server

I used the following guide To Install firefox. I then used the following guide and cpan install Mozrepl To install mozrepl. However when I run /usr/bin/firefox I get bash: No Such file or ...
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0answers
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Debian 7.2 xfce flash is not working. it gives a white box

i have just installed debian. i then installed flashplugin-nonfree. iceweasel and firefox give a white box in place of the video. so i installed hal for some reason. still no change. here is a video ...
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3answers
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uninstalling iceweasel with apt-get autoremove

When I try to uninstall iceweasel it wants to uninstall dependencies like 'gnome' and 'gnome-core', which of course I don't want. I tried to follow several instructions in apt-get - autoremove wants ...
2
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2answers
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On Debian Testing: How to get a recent Iceweasel Release (non-ESR) version without updating to Unstable?

I'm on Debian Jessie / testing. It currently has Iceweasel 17, but I would rather like to use a more recent release (Mozilla "Release" or "Firefox" 'channel' - currently Iceweasel 25). ...
2
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0answers
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Installing Firefox add-on globally without extracting the .xpi archive

Since the great -install-global-extension option was removed in Gecko 1.9.2 (for no obvious reason, as usual), copying the extension (as root) to /usr/lib/iceweasel/extensions/<appid> is now the ...
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1answer
166 views

Package php5-json breaks firephp

Background Recently I upgraded php to version 5.5. Within this upgrade module for json was moved out from php5 package into a new package php5-json. So I installed it. Now the connection with ...
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1answer
3k views

Installing firefox in debian 7

I'm new the Debian 7, I can't install my Mozilla Firefox, can someone recommend me a working way to install it properly.
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1answer
833 views

Debian Kde Iceweasel/Firefox: setting custom protocols handlers

I recently switched from Ubuntu 10.04 gnome to Debian wheezy Kde. Everythings work fine, except to the Iceweasel/firefox custom protocols! I added komodo.protocol in my ~/.kde/share/services with: ...
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2answers
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How to set downloaded Firefox to default web browser in Debian?

How do I set a manually downloaded Firefox as my default web browser so that clicking a link in another application will open the link in this Firefox? I tried these commands, but they didn't seem to ...
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4answers
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Is there any advantage of using Iceweasel and Firefox?

I used Mozilla Firefox in Windows, and now I'm using Iceweasel in Debian 6. Is there any difference to the two programs? What are the advantages and disadvantages to each program? Which one seems ...
3
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3answers
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How to install Aurora (Firefox) on Debian?

How to install the latest Firefox build (called Aurora) on Debian unstable? Are there any packages or repositories?
2
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1answer
1k views

Problem with executing Firefox version 9.0.1

I cannot run firefox version 9.0.1. When i try to execute the binary firefox I get an error -bash: ./firefox: cannot execute binary file. The info returned by file is as follows: firefox: ELF 32-bit ...
6
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1answer
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Why does Stackoverflow in Iceweasel cause high CPU usage for Xorg?

If I go to the front page of this site, and hit page down/page up repeatedly, it's pretty quick, and firefox-bin (iceweasel) uses maybe 50% CPU, Xorg uses maybe 40%. If I go to Stackoverflow's main ...