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Download and install time should be just a few seconds. Once it shows up in Installed Extensions, the extension is installed and you're good to go. If it doesn't, check your browser window: there might be a Firefox pop-up saying something like "Firefox prevented this site to install software on your computer". In this case, click on Allow to authorize ...


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sensible-browser does the following: if the BROWSER environment variable contains anything, it splits the value using : and each substring is tried as a candidate for a browser (so you can set BROWSER to be your favourite browser's executable); if you're running GNOME, it tries running gnome-www-browser, which you can configure using update-alternatives ...


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Firefox has now unblocked Flash, but only if you install the latest plugin: http://www.stream-entry.ca/2015/07/updating-flash-plugin-for-firefox-on.html


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Your user's profile isn't in /usr/lib/mozilla/ but in /home/user/.mozilla/; therefore, you have to link the java plugin to there ln -s /usr/lib/jvm/java-8-oracle/jre/lib/i386/libnpjp2.so /home/user/.mozilla/plugins/ Take a look at this mozilla support thread for some possible hints/alternative options. As an alternative, install the icedtea plugin ...


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The download page does actually have flash in it, which is why firefox is detecting it. I found this as an example: https://www.mongodb.org/static/bower_lib/zeroclipboard/dist/ZeroClipboard.swf?noCache=1437010946839 Type: application/x-shockwave-flash That was on their download page here: https://www.mongodb.org/downloads. If you want to check that ...


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I had exactly the same problem and found a way to make it work: In the folder ~/.config/ create a new text file called freshwrapper.conf. Copy and paste this inside the new file. Look for fullscreen_width and fullscreen_height. Change these settings from 0 to <display_width - 1> and <display_height - 1> and it should work. Note that you have to ...


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The poor folks writing a web based terminal for a kvm/ip product are almost certainly not going to have an unqualified success. There are too many challenges in the way even if you ignore unicode issues and just focus on the american market. I am going to ignore the video/mouse issues as they are mostly solved (except for movies/games with high frame rates) ...



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