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How to make Firefox open mailto: links with mutt in terminal

All I want to do is pass mailto: links to urxvt -e mutt -F ~/path/to/muttrc with the rest of the mailto: URL appended. I've tried every script I can find online that purports to do this, from simple: ...
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Disable browser logging output to console

I'm currently using Ubuntu 11.04 and I'm running into a really annoying issue while developing for web. I'm rather new to Ubuntu, coming from FreeBSD where I never encountered an issue like this, so ...
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Upgrade to Mozilla Firefox 5.0 using terminal on CentOS?

On the screenshot below is an icon squared in red. Clicking it will launch Mozilla Firefox 3.0.18. I want to upgrade Firefox to version 5.0 so that clicking the same icon should launch the new ...
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FIrefox/Thunderbird storage locations

By default, Firefox and Thunderbird save their files to ~/.mozilla and ~/.thunderbird. I am wondering if there's an environment variable I can set, to have either of them save their data to a ...
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Esker ActiveX Plug-in for Firefox under Linux?

I have installed the windows version of Firefox with winetricks under Fedora, hurrah! I heard that there is an Esker ActiveX Plug-in for Firefox, but I can't find it. I need it for visiting a website ...
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Finding session information about Firefox

I'm currently developing a piece of software whose functionality is dependent upon knowing the state of the current Firefox session running on the user's Ubuntu computer. The information it will need ...
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Firefox mimetypes.rdf

Is it possible to create a default mimeTypes.rdf file for all the existing and new users ? So that whenever a user opens the firefox for the very first time, he will get the specified rdf file in ...
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How to set username/password in Firefox when using proxy with auth?

Where could I set the username/password if the HTTP/HTTPS proxy requires it? Is Firefox securely storing the username/password?
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Linux/Firefox- snapping open tab from another machine

Is there a way to snap the currently open tab(s) on Firefox (or any other browser) on Linux? I have full user access to that machine...
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How to access flash site that is rejecting my plugin (64-bit)?

I am trying to buy tickets on stubhub.com but the site is telling that I need to install the flash plugin. I already have a 64-bit flash plugin (Adobe) installed on my Fedora 14 64-bit system. youtube ...
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Firefox and Thunderbird cannot resolve host names - anything else can

One night my firefox just started showing "Server not found" for all websites (i.e. "Firefox can't find the server at www.mozilla.com."). I noticed that it can find websites if make an entry in the ...
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Remove green from Linux Mint browser

When I use Firefox in Linux Mint, everything has a kind of green shade to it. The monitor is fine. I'm guessing it's Mint branding. How do I remove it? Edit My original question wasn't clear - it's ...
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How can I run Firefox on Linux headlessly (i.e. without requiring libgtk-x11-2.0.so.0)?

I’ve got Dreamhost shared hosting, and I’m trying to run Firefox 3.0 on it headlessly for use with Selenium. When I try to run it (~/local/bin/firefox/firefox), I get the following error message: ...
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What is the Firefox repository with all dependencies solved?

I'm using Fedora Core 3, and Firefox needs to be upgraded from version 2.0 to some advanced version, such as 3.0 or 3.6. I used the remi repository for yum command, but that repository doesn't contain ...
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What is the best touch screen kiosk solution?

I'm a web developer and I'm looking for the best stripped-down linux experience that provides a full-screen experience for touch screens. I'll be looking for: a robust experience that stops people ...
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Flash running in Chromium and FF at once, why no sound in the second browser?

I work as a student assistant Linux admin and I just packaged up Adobe's "Square" plugin to get 64bit FF running flash pretty well (first time I've seen it work this well), but there's one little ...
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How to have the Bookmarks toolbar show up on Firefox 4?

I've upgraded Firefox from 3 to 4 beta8. My Bookmarks toolbar has disappeared and I can't find the option to make it appear again.
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Is there a way to store Firefox passwords in a local encrypted database in Linux?

I want Firefox to "remember" my passwords so I don't have to type them in; unfortunately, the built-in password manager stores them in plain text, which is too high a security risk. I'd like to find a ...
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Resource needed to manage cert.db7 files for AIX

On AIX to get LDAP authentication working it has wanted to store the LDAP SSL certificate's trusted root in a cert.db7 file. Mozilla stopped supporting it in NSS (Netscape Security Services) a while ...
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Installing Java into Ubuntu 10.04 Firefox/Chrome

I'm having a really hard time getting the Java browser plugin to install in Ubuntu 10.04. I've tried searching all over the place, but everyone seems to recommend installing the packages that no ...
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Starting firefox on a remote host (over ssh) opens a new window locally: what is happening?

I have never noticed this behaviour before, and am a little confused as to what is happening. I have a local copy of firefox running, then ssh (ssh -X <url>) into a remote server and start a ...
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Download Manager for Linux

I need some good download manager for Linux (like IDM on windows). I want it to be able to install a browser plugin too, which allows you to download movies from youtube or other sites easily. It ...