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If what you're trying to do is using your remote SSH server as a SOCKS proxy for your browser, the ssh command you're looking for is: ssh -N -D8080 <remote-sshd-machine> This will start a SOCKSv4/5 proxy on localhost TCP port 8080, which allow you to browse any website with the IP address of the remote SSH server. If, however, you are trying to ...
I don't know, whether this is a solution you prefer, but there is a newer iceweasel for debian available: Debian Mozilla Team To change to the current release, add this to your /etc/apt/sources.list deb http://mozilla.debian.net/ wheezy-backports iceweasel-release and then update your system. (Or checkout the website for other releases). PS: It also ...
This is standard behavior for firefox, I can observe the same in other operating systems. #2 does not happen if you write the address in a new tab, if that can help you. If you think this is a bug please file a bug with firefox.
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