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Others have provided great detail. I would just like to add to the discussion that you can search through your cookies (and optionally remove them) by going into "Open Menu">Preferences>Privacy>"remove individual cookies" link. For all intensive purposes, using the sqlite method provided to browse through the cookies database is of course far superior, as ...


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I just tried this and it works for me (where my card is card 0): defaults.pcm.card 0 defaults.ctl.card 0 defaults.ctl.card 0 just add that to the top of your .asoundrc and restart firefox. The rest of the file does not actually need to be empty.


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To open new window use: firefox -new-window [url] As stated in: firefox --help


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In Debian Iceweasel there is no problem with profiles. With subsequent clicks really opens new Firefox windows with the same profile


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I know this is long since solved for OP, but just for the sake of anyone who ends up here googling a problem, my solution was to do what soulmerge suggested except I took it one step further and re-added the lines until it broke again, and I found this: Any lines longer than exactly 710 characters breaks it, regardless of whether that line is just a ...


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Nothing running under X is isolated from other programs running under X. A program running on an X server, using the X11 protocol, can check which other windows are open. There are several other security issues with X11. When configuring sshd, I've only ever seen recommendations for turning access through X off, never on. Wayland is supposed to be an ...


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You have installed firefox for openbsd 5.7. but your system is 5.6 Do remove wrong firefox version and add proper one from 5.6 pkg tree


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I have a feeling you might have installed the wrong package. pkg_delete the current package and pkg_add the correct one. `man pkg_add’ for details.


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Your question is very understandable but incorrect. Firefox is not putting .pulse-cookie on your system. .pulse-cookie has nothing to do with pulseaudio. .pulse-cookie is set directly in your home directory by the web site. They do not enter through the web browser and are not filtered by browser security. They are larger than regular cookies making them ...


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In firefox, Tools > Flashgot > More options > tab General > first field; Change it back to wget.


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I have much better experience in using an ssh tunnel to route traffic through another machine. It's very easy to set up since you have ssh access anyway. In a terminal on your computer, type ssh -vv -ND 8080 user@yourserver Keep this window open and watch it delivering some verbose messages about the data flowing through the tunnel. In firefox, go to ...


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Firefox so slow over SSH because newer builds of firefox allow multiple instances.If you have bandwidth problems, use a light browser like dillo and you willl not even notice the connection speed.


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Another thing that will improve your browsing over ssh is to enable pipelining in Firefox. Open about:config and change network.http.pipelining to true.



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