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In this page you can to know how install it http://mozilla.debian.net/


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Playing around with this I find that when you choose to open a document with an external program in Firefox, what happens is that Firefox downloads the program to /tmp and then runs the chosen program with the downloaded file as an argument (read 'opens the file with the chosen program'). If you then save the file (without choosing Save As or the ...


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Do you think this is the correct behavior? Of course it is the right behavior. It only happens when you didn't choose to save the file but instead chose to open it. In my opinion, it's usually better to save everything instead of opening. Shouldn't the program at least remind you that you're not really saving anything? Why? If you wanted to save, ...


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Firefox has a cache for "opening" files. This cache is cleared up each time you close Firefox. If you open that file with LO, and close Firefox you will notice that the file will disappear. This is true for all Firefox independently they are stored in /tmp or not.


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This looks (at least superficially) like a similar problem I had. The content of /etc/resolv.conf is nameserver 127.0.0.1 I am told that means your machine is running some kind of nameserver service locally. My /etc/resolv.conf pointed to my router ISP address. I am not sure what nameserver it wound up using, but whatever it was, it was flaky. So I ...


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As the output of the host command shows, this is almost certainly a DNS server issue. Looking a little more into how this is generally configured in Ubuntu, it seems the best way to change this is simply through Network Manager. Network Manager offers per connection DNS settings, so the DNS settings can be fixed for the connection causing the problem and ...


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Not quite the same problem, but since I found this answer when googling, I'm providing my solution here too. I'm trying to find the firefox executable to execute it from scripts like cucumber / selenium tests. Here's what I do: Find it with Spotlight firefox_paths = %x[mdfind "kMDItemFSName = Firefox.app"] firefox_path = ...


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Background: There is a licensing conflict with Linux distributions over a clause in Crockford's license which states: The Software shall be used for Good, not Evil. This does not agree with the Free Software Foundation’s (FSF) freedom 0: The freedom to run the program for any purpose. (source) The solution to it shall be a newly written ...



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