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Firefox Dev can’t establish a connection to local server

I'm a web developer that setup a local environment under Linux Mint. For some reason, Firefox Developer Edition (59.0b7 64-bit) cannot access sites on my localhost. The i… (read more)

I'm a web developer that setup a local environment under Linux Mint.

For some reason, Firefox Developer Edition (59.0b7 64-bit) cannot access sites on my localhost. The interesting thing is that Firefox Quantum 58.0.1 (64-bit) is showing these local sites perfectly fine. I've tested other browsers, including Konqueror and Lynx, and these work fine also.

I've setup my environment so that apache2 can serve pages from a 'wildcard' virtual host. Using symlinks, I can link my project files to another directory that functions as the web root. Thus:

/home/me/business/projects/client/index.html => /home/me/business/www/client/index.html

Navigating to http://client.dev brings up the page perfectly in Firefox 58, Konqueror, and Lynx.

However, Firefox Developer Edition, AND Google Chrome, both fail to load the page. The URL changes from http://client.dev to https://client.dev and throws this message:

"Unable to connect

Firefox can’t establish a connection to the server at client.dev."

I've played around with the about:config settings for Network.dns.* but nothing seems to help. Also, the apache logs do not produce anything useful.

Your input will be greatly appreciated.

Asked by Alan W 2 years ago

Answered by Alan W 2 years ago

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Firefox crashing certain websites/Ubuntu

Hello everyone. I'm trying this again. Firefox crashed when I was logged in so I'm doing this in Chromiun now. I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 bit. Firefox is 56.0 64 bit… (read more)

Hello everyone.

I'm trying this again. Firefox crashed when I was logged in so I'm doing this in Chromiun now. I'm running Ubuntu 14.04 LTS 64 bit. Firefox is 56.0 64 bit. About one week ago, I received a notice about an Ubuntu update so I installed the update as always. After the update, on certain websites, they start to load then Firefox crashes. I was on this site eailer and typing this when I opened another tab to see what plugins were installed and it crashed. I was using Adblock, Noscripts and other plug-ins. I disabled each one, one at a time, and it still crashed. I then did a refresh on Firefox to have only the minimum orginal plug-ins installed. It still crashes. I then totally removed Firefox and deleted the /.mozilla directory and reinstalled. No change.

Now, The default plugins are: OpenH264 Video Codec provided by Cisco Systems, Inc & Shockwave Flash

    The default Extensions are: Safe Browsing Version 4 (temporary add-in) & Ubuntu Modifications Legacy

If I disable them each by hand, Firefox will still crash. If I disable them by restarting in safe mode, Firefox will work as normal. Here are at least two sites that won't load:

https://www.dxengineering.com/ http://www.earthcam.com/usa/michigan/grandhaven/lakemichigan/?cam=lakemichigan

Hope this helps. Many thanks all. Mike

Asked by mikiee1902 2 years ago

Answered by Shadow110 2 years ago

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layers.acceleration.force-enabled = true & layers.force-active = true seem to solve my screen tearing and graphical glitches on Ubuntu 18.04...any risks?

I had screen tearing and graphical glitches when browsing. [layers.acceleration.force-enabled = true] solved screen tearing, but I still had some graphical glitches from … (read more)

I had screen tearing and graphical glitches when browsing. [layers.acceleration.force-enabled = true] solved screen tearing, but I still had some graphical glitches from time to time which now seem to have been fixed with [layers.force-active = true].

Could this be a working configuration on the long term? Currently it is running like a charm...

I'm running Ubuntu 18.04 and had already turned off hardware acceleration and smooth scrolling without the desired results before trying the above-mentioned things. I also played around with the xorg.config.d settings of the OS...

Best regards Mike

Asked by magma1988 1 year ago

Answered by user633449 1 year ago

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Firefox crashes with certain websites in Ubuntu

I have not used my PC for three weeks and today I tried to log in to my Amazon account, but every time I tried to do the login it crashes, I also found it to crash in oth… (read more)

I have not used my PC for three weeks and today I tried to log in to my Amazon account, but every time I tried to do the login it crashes, I also found it to crash in other websites like Reddit and the AMD Support Site. It is Firefox 58.0.1 64-bit in Ubuntu 16.04. I tried refreshing firefox and nothing, it also removed all extensions leaving only the default plug-ins: OpenH264 Video Codec provided by Cisco Systems, Inc & Shockwave Flash. If I disable them manually the websites will still crash. The only way Firefox will work normally is if I restart it in Safe Mode. I also tried installed the new 59 64-bit Beta version, but is causing the same problems.

The latest submitted crash reports are:

bp-5f7cae12-c429-4dd7-b794-8e4cf0180210 bp-8b31fc05-ede6-4d6c-8cd9-10efc0180210 bp-dd409298-45fb-43bb-8fa5-a02d00180210

Thanks for your help!

Asked by reves 2 years ago

Answered by reves 2 years ago

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I need to stop firefox updating!!!

I'm using FireFox on ubuntu lts 16.04 as a kiosk making use of a very handy add-on. The system was looked down to prevent anyone for browsing anything but localhost. No… (read more)

I'm using FireFox on ubuntu lts 16.04 as a kiosk making use of a very handy add-on. The system was looked down to prevent anyone for browsing anything but localhost. Now anyone can jump on my kiosk and browse / download anything they want. It is no way more secure than what it was.

Even after using the about:config options the updates still update!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

I will find a more appropriate browser option for the kiosk but for now I'd really like a way to stop the update short of shutting everything down.

Asked by shedfly 2 years ago

Answered by shedfly 2 years ago

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Firefox and thunderbird crash on startup after clean reinstall

Both firefox and thunderbird crash directly to the "Mozilla Crash Reporter" on startup. This also happens in safe mode. So far I re-installed firefox through the package … (read more)

Both firefox and thunderbird crash directly to the "Mozilla Crash Reporter" on startup. This also happens in safe mode.

So far I re-installed firefox through the package management (first completely removed it including configuration files, then installed it again). The profile created by the re-install is still completely empty, there is no data from the original profile and no plugins.

The button to automatically add troubleshooting information doesn't work for me (probably because I'm using chrome now), so I'll try to add relevant information. If anything is missing, please ask.

Firefox version: 55.0.2 Crash ID: bp-ced2e336-0d1a-40a4-9f45-e88b70170913 OS: fully updated Ubuntu 17.04 (64bit) Graphics: Intel HD 5500

Asked by Flogo 2 years ago

Answered by Flogo 2 years ago

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Lubuntu 17.10 Firefox blocks video at this ste: https://www.ansa.it/sito/videogallery/italia/2018/01/10/di-maio-su-legge-fornero-salvini-si-e-venduto_04a78584-0

Trying to see video from national news agency ANSA (Italy) the browser window stop inactive. The exact link is: https://www.ansa.it/sito/videogallery/italia/2018/01/10/d… (read more)

Trying to see video from national news agency ANSA (Italy) the browser window stop inactive. The exact link is:

https://www.ansa.it/sito/videogallery/italia/2018/01/10/di-maio-su-legge-fornero-salvini-si-e-venduto_04a78584-0119-4f21-a115-d76772d7c348.html

I tried to change preferences (about pop up blocked, privacy and security) with no change. Thanks you in advance.

Asked by Regainfo 2 years ago

Answered by Regainfo 2 years ago

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Cant import bookmarks into Firefox

I'm on Ubuntu 18.04, running Firefox 64. I've tried importing directly through the wizard from chrome, and from chromium. I've tried importing through an html file (the h… (read more)

I'm on Ubuntu 18.04, running Firefox 64.

I've tried importing directly through the wizard from chrome, and from chromium. I've tried importing through an html file (the html file itself is fine). Just literally nothing happens. I've tried running FF from console to see if there were any error messages, nope nothing.

Does this just not feature just not work at all?

Asked by Falc7 1 year ago

Answered by Falc7 1 year ago

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I just upgraded to Firefox 54.0 for Linux Mint. The toolbars are huge. How do I make them smaller?

How do I make the toolbars smaller? Since upgrading to the latest version, they are twice as tall as they used to be. The text in them is still a reasonable size but the … (read more)

How do I make the toolbars smaller? Since upgrading to the latest version, they are twice as tall as they used to be. The text in them is still a reasonable size but the toolbars take up twice the vertical space they used to. This has nothing to do with the size of the page I'm viewing so Ctrl+ or Ctgrl- has no effect.

Thanks for any help. Attached is a screen shot showing the wasted space at the top of my screen with the new toolbars.

Asked by rglm 3 years ago

Answered by rglm 3 years ago

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Mixcloud problems

Recently getting problems using mixcloud.com Re-post, Comments and Follow are no longer working. I have tried in safe mode but no luck and can confirm it works fine on Ch… (read more)

Recently getting problems using mixcloud.com

Re-post, Comments and Follow are no longer working. I have tried in safe mode but no luck and can confirm it works fine on Chromium.

Firefox 64 Ubuntu 18.04.1 LTS

Asked by sarisisop 1 year ago

Answered by sarisisop 1 year ago

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https://attachment.outlook.office.net/ is unreachable with Firefox on Ubuntu 17.10

This sounds more like an issue with Microsoft but it probably isn't because other browsers like Google Chrome doesn't have this issue. The domain "attachment.outlook.offi… (read more)

This sounds more like an issue with Microsoft but it probably isn't because other browsers like Google Chrome doesn't have this issue. The domain "attachment.outlook.office.net" is unreachable/unresolvable in Firefox (58 and earlier versions) in Ubuntu 17.10 64-bit. All the attachments that are delivered with Outlook are hosted in this domain and whenever I check Outlook e-mails using Firefox in Ubuntu the attachments are unavailable. They are there in the e-mails, sort of, but they are shown like shortcuts that don't lead to anything.

Asked by aut0pil0t 2 years ago

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Can't use netflix.

On fireox 54 on linux mint 18.1 because of error F7363-1260 I can't use netflix, on netflix help page they told me that the error is caused by an extension or a plug in o… (read more)

On fireox 54 on linux mint 18.1 because of error F7363-1260 I can't use netflix, on netflix help page they told me that the error is caused by an extension or a plug in on firefox, but I haven't got any extensions and same with plugins, how can I do?

Asked by andre99r 3 years ago

Last reply by psychdoc 2 years ago

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Firefox keep asking username and password for proxy authentication

My network is using proxy to get connected to internet. User authenticate to proxy using username and password from Active Directory. I am unable to authenticate to proxy… (read more)

My network is using proxy to get connected to internet. User authenticate to proxy using username and password from Active Directory. I am unable to authenticate to proxy, it keep asking password even I have supplied the correct password. I tested the condition using other browser and it works with Chromium. How should I connect to the proxy ?

Attached the pop-up

Asked by firmanium 2 years ago

Last reply by adeade11 2 years ago

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Mint 18.2 http://wamc.org/topic/food-friday click on play, nothing happens using firefox

I only have this problem in Mint 18.2. I go to the link http://wamc.org/topic/food-friday I press play. A pop up appears briefly at the bottom left with this address http… (read more)

I only have this problem in Mint 18.2. I go to the link http://wamc.org/topic/food-friday I press play. A pop up appears briefly at the bottom left with this address https://cpa.ds.npr.org/wamc/audio/2017/09/vp-ARCHIVE-9-1-17.mp3 but then disappears and there is no audio. If I right click on the first link and choose open link in new tab it opens the 2nd link in a new tab and I get audio. I have several Linux versions and this only happens that I've seen in Mint 18.2. Also it doesn't happen on the same device with Chromium or Midori or Opera only Firefox. Not a big deal but odd I think.

Asked by patmcg9 2 years ago

Last reply by patmcg9 2 years ago

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Upgraded to ubuntu 18.04 & MOdzilla products will not connect to internet. Network connection is there. Pinged 8.8.8.8 just fine.

I just upgraded to Ubuntu 18.04 and neither Firefox or Thunderbird will connect to the internet. I can ping 8.8.8.8 just fine. I turned off the firewall and they still … (read more)

I just upgraded to Ubuntu 18.04 and neither Firefox or Thunderbird will connect to the internet. I can ping 8.8.8.8 just fine. I turned off the firewall and they still will not connect. They connected just fine before the upgrade. I changed the proxy to no proxy and system proxy. Still no luck. What am I missing?

Asked by NoGMO 1 year ago

Answered by FFus3r 1 year ago

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Processor core usage at a 100%

I'm using Ubuntu 16.04 and after the latest update I ran on Firefox, loading a webpage left me with a white screen/page in the browser. I removed Firefox, reinstalled, st… (read more)

I'm using Ubuntu 16.04 and after the latest update I ran on Firefox, loading a webpage left me with a white screen/page in the browser. I removed Firefox, reinstalled, started it up and had the same results. After that, I removed the ~/.firefox folder, supposedly containing user and browser settings that are kept. This fixed the browser, but I noticed my laptop fan working at full speed. I opened the System Monitor and saw that a core is running @ 100%. I'm attaching two screen shots of this, opening 2 tabs (facebook and soundcloud) and keeping them open. After closing the browser the processor goes back to idle. I'm wondering whether someone could help guide me.

Best Regards

Asked by dotcloudbxrn 2 years ago

Answered by bygabyga 2 years ago

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Firefox cannot load a Web site

Hi, I'm reporting that firefox, firefox ERS and firefox developer edition (all latest version) are not able to load the Web site https://www.klaytn.com/. While the Web si… (read more)

Hi,

I'm reporting that firefox, firefox ERS and firefox developer edition (all latest version) are not able to load the Web site https://www.klaytn.com/. While the Web site works well with qupzilla and chromium browser (brave). I already tried all the step in the official documentation (fresh empty profile).

Thank you

Asked by erotavlas 1 year ago

Last reply by erotavlas 1 year ago