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As explained by a21 above, what happened is that firefox, rather surprisingly, in fact runs on laptop, not headless! The reasons and a solution is described here: Starting firefox on a remote host (over ssh) opens a new window locally: what is happening?


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I use the IP Address and Domain Information addon. It offers you a small icon in the toolbar, and offers all sorts of information about domain/ip/dns. When you click on it, the My IP tab shows your IP and location and some other information like the owning provider, whether it's on any spam/blacklists and even a map of the approximate location. Works great ...


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libxul.so should in your firefox folder.If not, that may be you extraction issue. try: yum install libvpx


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Printing via CLI One method would be to use html2ps. $ html2ps http://example.com/file.html | lpr -or- $ html2ps http://example.com/file.html | lp -d someprinter Saving to PDF As an added bonus if you just want to keep it as a PDF file you can use ps2pdf like so: $ html2ps http://example.com/file.html | ps2pdf - somfile.pdf References Print a ...


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Download flash*tar.gz for correct architecture(x86/x64) from adobe website. Untar it like this: tar xvf install_flash_player_11_linux.x86_64.tar.gz Move libflashplayer.so to correct folder like this cp libflashplayer.so /usr/lib64/mozilla/plugins/ /lib/ for 32 bit. Restart your browser. Done!


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This how you can install java manually: Download java step 1: Download java for your system (i.e for 32 bit or 64 bit machine) step 2: Open Terminal and go to path where java is downloaded. it may be in downloaded to ~/Downloads. so cd ~/Downloads step 3: now we will create directory called ‘java’ in /usr. sudo mkdir /usr/java step 4: Now we will move ...


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The firefox package installs a binary called firefox. The firefox-esr package installs a binary called firefox-esr. The two are different so that you can install both and choose which one to run on a case-by-case basis. Since you installed firefox-esr, you need to run firefox-esr. As the package description indicates, the ESR package contains the ESR ...


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There's a possibility of forgeting enabling Liberator Statusline Toolbar. Right-click on places like Menu bar, Address bar, Toolbar, etc. A menu shows up in which you will find a line named "Liberator Statusline Toolbar". Click on it to enable. The Vimperator status bar magically appears again.


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Although I am using Arch Linux and not CentOS, in case it helps, I encountered a similar issue with a recent upgrade of firefox (to 33.0.2). The problem looked like a simple case of dependencies that somehow did not get handled properly by the package manager. The initial problem I encountered when I updated firefox and tried to start it was ...


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For me the problem was fixed by deleting the whole profile directory like this: rm -rf ~/.mozilla/firefox/<bunch of characters>.default Removing localstore.rdf as suggested by @user4025526 and E Carter Young did not work in my case. (Iceweasel 31.1.0 on Debian Jessie) Removing and reinstalling Vimperator also failed. In my case the problem was ...



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