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You can write it in your ~/mplayer/config : stop-xscreensaver=1 And remove the following line: heartbeat-cmd="xscreensaver-command -deactivate"
None of them .mozilla will contains your firefox settings and cutomizations and /usr/libor /usr/lib64 contains library usefull to run your firefox installation. You should - create a folder inside your home folder name firefox_compile for example - download the sources in this directory - install all the libraries and compilers you need - do a ...
There is no such file part of the Firefox distribution, so there is no browser.js file for you to find. You will have to search for another way or another file to implement your changes.
You can either use the command locate or find to "find" this file if you cannot "find" it. Examples $ find / -iname "browser.js" -or- $ locate browser.js Both methods will search the entire filesystem. The find method will scan the disk in realtime looking for this file, while locate will search a database of files that's typically maintained by most ...
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