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GNU IceCat is a strictly free/libre fork of Mozilla Firefox ESR.

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How to Build GNU IceCat for Pi 4 running aarch64 Raspbery Pi OS

I would like to build the latest version of GNU IceCat in a 64bit Raspberry Pi OS environment running on a Raspberry Pi 4 with a Broadcom BCM2711B0 Quad-core Cortex-A72 (ARM v8) 64-bit SoC @ 1.5 GHz ...
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What kind of software would produce invalid encoded files in your home directory?

I opened a PDF in IceCat like this: icecat x.pdf Files started being produced in home. Here are the invalid encoded files that were produced some short while after opening the PDF (assuming, as I ...
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How to enable WebRTC with Icecat?

I am trying to use the Jitsi Meet web chat service with Icecat, but I am having problems (Icecat is derived from Firefox, but is more privacy/security focused). If I go to test.webrtc.org, it tells me ...
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Icecat audio/video problems

I seem to be experiencing some problems with audio/video in Icecat (security-focused derivative of Firefox) , for example when trying to play You Tube videos. Frequently, I start playing a video and ...
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GNU Icecat always on UTC

I am on Debian bullseye, and I use GNU Icecat as my main browser. It is my favorite browser, but it irks me that its time zone is always UTC, though I am in a different one. I see this because some ...
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GNU Icecat language packs

I want to change the language of my icecat to zh-CN with the language pack. I see that there is a debian package for firefox language pack, but is it possible with Icecat?
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Where is Icecat's plugins directory on GuixSD?

I want to try to add libflashplayer.so to Icecat. As it was on other distributions needs to add this file to plugins directory. But on GuixSD I have lot of them and nothing works! So there each user ...
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How can I install GNU IceCat on a Debian-based system?

GNU IceCat is the primary target for the LibreJS extension, making it a stable platform for running that extension. So, I'd like to install Ice Cat on my Debian-based systems (running Debian, Ubuntu ...