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i am using cent os 6.5 with firefox 31.1.0 ..Now i am facing big problem for adding flash palyer in firefox browser.So how to install flash player ?

i am using cent os 6.5 with firefox 31.1.0 ..Now i am facing big problem for adding flash palyer in firefox browser.So how to install flash player ? i did manually using… (read more)

i am using cent os 6.5 with firefox 31.1.0 ..Now i am facing big problem for adding flash palyer in firefox browser.So how to install flash player ? i did manually using RPM package ..but not supported in firefox ...i tried all possibilities using forums ..

Asked by Manbumihu Manavan 6 years ago

Last reply by James 6 years ago

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Log HTTP request/response from/to page to a file

First of all I am aware about https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Debugging/HTTP_logging The problem that this kind of logging not log body of request/respo… (read more)

First of all I am aware about https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Mozilla/Debugging/HTTP_logging

The problem that this kind of logging not log body of request/response in readable format . For example I knew that my page made REST calls in JSON format but I fail to find JSON text in generated log file only some HEX format digits .

Is there any way to add human readable body content to this kind of logging ? Or is there any other way to log http header + body ? Proxy solution not possible in my case .

Asked by edrozim 6 years ago

Last reply by edrozim 6 years ago

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Firefox hangs with upload file dialogue, also after reset + no-plugins + restart + removing sqlite dbs (sigh)

I've tried resetting firefox, removing all Add-ons/plug-ins, removing sqlite dbs, restarting. Nothing makes any difference. As soon as the kmozillahelper file system dial… (read more)

I've tried resetting firefox, removing all Add-ons/plug-ins, removing sqlite dbs, restarting. Nothing makes any difference. As soon as the kmozillahelper file system dialogue pops up, sometimes immediately, and sometimes after several seconds, Firefox freezes permanently. I have to kill the process and restart Firefox to proceed.

>cat /etc/os-release NAME=openSUSE VERSION="13.1 (Bottle)" VERSION_ID="13.1" PRETTY_NAME="openSUSE 13.1 (Bottle) (x86_64)" ID=opensuse ANSI_COLOR="0;32" CPE_NAME="cpe:/o:opensuse:opensuse:13.1" BUG_REPORT_URL="https://bugs.opensuse.org" HOME_URL="https://opensuse.org/" ID_LIKE="suse"

ps. I've seen these posts from 2012 and 2014, and the issue is still NOT fixed:

 https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/991703#answer-618728
 https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/988171

Cheers.

Asked by richardfoleyrfi 7 years ago

Last reply by richardfoleyrfi 7 years ago

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firefox experiences random crashes which persist even in safe mode (linux + gnome)

Since maybe version 29, my Firefox has become less stable than before and started to crash for seemingly no reason; sometimes it crashed shortly after started with few ta… (read more)

Since maybe version 29, my Firefox has become less stable than before and started to crash for seemingly no reason; sometimes it crashed shortly after started with few tabs on, and sometimes it crashed when many tabs were open or (not constantly) with music playing. In short I cannot find an exact pattern by which crashes are triggered. Only one thing is certain, once it broke down, it kept crashing on every restart (even in safe mode or with the user preference directory reset by a complete removal), until a reboot.

I checked some threads, where people suggest that such random crashes may be caused by a flawed RAM, but I feel it unlikely because in this same system no other software (including Chromium) have shown similar problem, and on Windows the same computer Firefox (v31) has been rather stable.

Although it didn't happen frequently, the need to reboot the computer before Firefox gets usable again is really annoying. I appreciate a lot if anyone could give some hints, thanks.

The environment: base system: openSUSE 13.1 (Bottle) (i586) 32-bit desktop: Gnome 3.10.2 cpu: AMD C-60 APU with Radeon(tm) HD Graphics × 2 RAM: 4G

==============UPDATE=================

Sorry I forgot the crash reports, here they are: bp-53142ca2-076d-4413-9d1a-2d2c72140928 bp-ec9c9990-0cde-48e5-a792-27bd22140928 bp-425bcbf0-5c79-4050-999f-ebc692140928 bp-30bc9187-5a52-47ba-a193-9c6b82140928 bp-d39f099c-758a-405d-a566-d3bd72140928 bp-7aff96dc-bbc2-4e41-9888-af5d62140928 bp-fef7b101-e586-4a8c-94a7-6dc842140928 bp-c8785c65-4c72-4f9b-b0fb-439ac2140928 bp-47244ab2-dfa5-49a9-9345-500342140928 bp-cc104c04-516f-4f48-a2cf-ff4fa2140926 bp-f38876f1-48c2-4788-b5aa-54cce2140926 bp-3057d6a8-59d8-4cfe-8720-338072140926 bp-c17b4506-fde9-4389-8b2d-ac6a72140923 bp-a3d651aa-613b-457f-9cc9-44e812140922 bp-af7593e9-b7d1-44f6-aebc-bd0d72140920 bp-7055424f-8212-4c54-9fcc-39bb32140917 bp-026ab307-ace0-4ef5-a286-7d70a2140917 bp-ab4e4111-33f1-4d0c-820d-3b8332140917 bp-be24878b-eda9-4afd-a942-204502140917

Asked by foehn 7 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 7 years ago

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Forum browsing firefox 32, not showing threads as read

When I visit a forum/message board that I'm a member of, unread topic titles are in bold type. On reading the thread I use the backspace key to return - the type will now… (read more)

When I visit a forum/message board that I'm a member of, unread topic titles are in bold type. On reading the thread I use the backspace key to return - the type will now be normal indicating that I have read it.

On upgrading to FF32 this no longer works - the thread title will still be in bold as if unread.

I have reinstalled FF 31.1 to prove and it works fine.

Perhaps I am not browsing 'correctly' but years of habit.....

(P.S.Mainly vBulletin sites)

Asked by crowdedhouse 7 years ago

Last reply by crowdedhouse 7 years ago