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There are two options I can recommend here: First, if you want to literally launch a full graphical browser and have it load a page with on a machine with no graphical capabilities, there is a tool called xvfb that will let you run a complete X server with no physical display associated with it. You then just need to run firefox with that X server set as ...
If you are using x86_64 Linux system,and your Firefox is 64bit , then try to find it at usr/lib64/mozilla/plugins .if not ,then try usr/lib/mozilla/plugins
Firefox still looks in ~/.mozilla/plugins. A likely explanation is that you are running a 32bit version of firefox on a 64bit installation. Mozilla only packages 32bit versions of firefox, so if you download the "official" binary package from Mozilla that's what you get, regardless of whether you are running 64bit GNU/Linux. The resulting situation is that ...
1: Confirming type of certificate file It sounds like the file you're trying to import is not in fact a .pk12 file. I would run this command to confirm the type of file you're importing: openssl pkcs12 -info -in keyStore.p12 You should see something along these lines: Enter Import Password: MAC Iteration 2048 MAC verified OK PKCS7 Encrypted data: ...
GNU Icecat was GNU Iceweasel, but the reason they changed the name was because Debian also used "Iceweasel" to rebrand their slightly tweaked version of firefox. What the "tweak" amounts to may just be the logo; since it involved a license Debian considers "non-free", they wanted a firefox they could distribute without it, which required a rename. A bit ...
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