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Cannot Delete Security Module

OS: RHEL 6.7 Version: 38.4.0 I am trying to unload a security module in Device Manager. When attempting to do this, I receive the message "Unable to delete module". Is … (read more)

OS: RHEL 6.7 Version: 38.4.0

I am trying to unload a security module in Device Manager. When attempting to do this, I receive the message "Unable to delete module". Is there a workaround or way manually remove this device? My goal is to get a working PKCS #11 Module loaded.

Asked by jdkforchrist 4 years ago

Answered by cor-el 4 years ago

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Can only copy text with default profile

We have a system that generates HTML output, but the URL does not identify the output as such. This is the URL: https://{ServerName}/analytics/saw.dll?Go ... where {Serve… (read more)

We have a system that generates HTML output, but the URL does not identify the output as such.

This is the URL: https://{ServerName}/analytics/saw.dll?Go

... where {ServerName} contains a valid server name.

I can select the output and copy/paste it, but some of my colleagues cannot. They can't even select the text.

When they save the page as test.html and then open the file, in FireFox, then they *CAN* select text. However, if they save the file as test.htm, they *CANNOT* select text.

It looks like for them FireFox is unable to determine if the HTML output is in fact HTML.

But like I said: I can always select the output. Also if I save the output as test.html and also when it is called test.htm.

We are unable to figure out which setting causes this behavior that it works for me but not for them.

When I create a new profile with the profile manager of FireFox, I can also not select text anymore.

I've tried to empty the new profile and copy everything from the working profile, but still I cannot select text with the new profile.

When I do the following:

- copy the default profile (the one that works for me) to "default.copy" - rename the default profile to "{code}.default.original" - rename "default.copy" to "{code}.default"

... then the copied and renamed profile works fine.

When I do the following:

- create a new profile "{code}.test" - copy the default profile (the one that works for me) to "default.copy" - rename the default profile to "{code}.default.original" - rename "default.copy" to "{code}.test"

... then the new profile does NOT work.

I saved the HTML for both the "{code}.test" and "{code}.default" profiles by right-clicking and choosing SAVE AS... I looked at the css files that were stored in the folder that comes with the file. It appears for the "{code}.test" profile, the views.css contains a lot of these:

user-select:none;-moz-user-select:-moz-none;-khtml-user-select:none;-webkit-user-select:none;

... whereas the "{code}.default" profile does not have this.

Where does this come from?

This drives me insane. What do I need to set for a new profile to make sure I can select text in output that is not identified by their extension?

Asked by AHiemstra 4 years ago

Last reply by AHiemstra 4 years ago

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why do I get two master password boxes

This has been consistent during the last 4 or 5 updates. I am currently using a version of Firefox that allows me to use PasswordBox. When I start Firefox I get two Maste… (read more)

This has been consistent during the last 4 or 5 updates. I am currently using a version of Firefox that allows me to use PasswordBox. When I start Firefox I get two Master Password boxes. I will fill in the password in the top one and close the other one and Firefox will start normally. Why are there two boxes? How do I get rid of the second one?

Asked by bucklipe 4 years ago

Last reply by bucklipe 4 years ago

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Firefox 42/ESR 38.4 crashes when attempting to use Java plug-in

Upgrade to either Firefox 42 or Firefox ESR 38.4 now causes the Java 8.65 plug-in to crash Firefox when it is called by websites. This wasn't happening in Firefox 41 or F… (read more)

Upgrade to either Firefox 42 or Firefox ESR 38.4 now causes the Java 8.65 plug-in to crash Firefox when it is called by websites. This wasn't happening in Firefox 41 or Firefox ESR 38.3. We are now unable to use Firefox because of this. Something has changed. Any chance of rolling back whatever was changed that doesn't like Java?

Asked by RPOTTER 4 years ago

Last reply by FredMcD 4 years ago

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downloading the latest version of Mozilla for Linux Puppy Slacko 6.3

Dear Friends, Just started using Linux Puppy Slacko 6.3. When I go to Facebook for example it says I should Update the browser. By Default its running Firefox ESR 38.4.0… (read more)

Dear Friends,

Just started using Linux Puppy Slacko 6.3. When I go to Facebook for example it says I should Update the browser. By Default its running Firefox ESR 38.4.0 It was suggested uninstalling that version and reinstalling a newer version using Puppy 'Install' I'm not even sure what that is or how to access Linux Puppy Slacko 6.3 'Install'? Any help greatly appreciated...as I'm on a learning curve, Thank you, Raphael

Asked by felix85 2 years ago

Last reply by Shadow110 2 years ago