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Open a web page from command line not using cache while displaying extended toolbar Time. And using a saved password for an sso login
From the fedora 19 command line i would like to run a command ;
firefox -new-window '-no-cache' -profile 'default' webpage.com
That wouldnt load the page from cache, Would use my saved master sso login, Print to the console the amount of time it took to load e.g. the extended toolbar time. Then close the process and repeat. Will be using a cron job to control the show.
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This may be possible, but it may need a script to launch with firefox...so this may be a skeleton answer. A couple of brianstorms to achieve this
- Cronzilla add on might be helpful https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/fire.../cronzilla/
- Saved sso login might be in the about:config file page:
http://superuser.com/questions/664656/how-to-configure-firefox-for-ntlm-ss... "securtiy ask for password"
- you may need to add to the security exceptions the sso login page
Two things we can do, file a bug to add this to the launch arguments, and find a meantime work around which stackoverflow.com would be a great place to ask this question.