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How to turn off Java version check

I have a small Linux based pc running Firefox in kiosk mode. The pc is not connected to the Internet and only has acess to a dedicated server under my control, serving a … (read more)

I have a small Linux based pc running Firefox in kiosk mode. The pc is not connected to the Internet and only has acess to a dedicated server under my control, serving a few webpages and a java applet. Suddenly the system started complaining java my java version is outdated messing up the kiosk display.

- how did firefox figure out the java version is outdated if neither the frond end pc nor the back end server have access to the Internet - is there a way to turn off java security checking in one of the firefox config files? The kiosk pc boots from the network, the firefox profile is automatically generated, so I need a way to change this in the config files, not through the GUI as I won't be there every time the kiosk boots.

I'm running Firefox 13.0.1, I know this is old but security isn't an issue as I'm only accessing my own server and updating the firefox version on the PXE image is a pain.

Asked by systeemgod 7 years ago

Answered by systeemgod 7 years ago

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This Connection is Untrusted: accounts.google.com - can't add exception

I'm trying to use a ssl proxy with accounts.google.com. Usually, firefox warns me about invalid certs, however it let me add an exception if I wanted to connect to it any… (read more)

I'm trying to use a ssl proxy with accounts.google.com.

Usually, firefox warns me about invalid certs, however it let me add an exception if I wanted to connect to it anyway.

But, if i want to connect to accounts.google.com, it blocks me, and it doesn't let me add that exception.

Why it happens only with this subdomain?

Asked by Midix666 8 years ago

Answered by Vivek 8 years ago

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Linux, Firefox 21.0 and the latest flash FOR LINUX (11.2). I can't view youtube videos because firefox has disabled the plugin. Help!

One hour ago I was happily watching youtube videos under Linux using Firefox 20.0 and flash 11.2. I just updated firefox and it is now blocking my flash and prompting me … (read more)

One hour ago I was happily watching youtube videos under Linux using Firefox 20.0 and flash 11.2. I just updated firefox and it is now blocking my flash and prompting me to update. The problem is I can't update because 11.2 is the LAST flash plugin for firefox, there won't be any other version.

Is there a way to prevent firefox from disabling my plugin?

Asked by Arst 7 years ago

Answered by jnorden 7 years ago

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How to install the OpenH264 Codec from Cisco?

I noticed that just about every time i start my computer and open Nightly I get a download popup to download the OpenH264 codec by Cisco. I did and I noticed that there w… (read more)

I noticed that just about every time i start my computer and open Nightly I get a download popup to download the OpenH264 codec by Cisco. I did and I noticed that there was an entry for it in the Plugins section of the Add-Ons Manager and it states 'Will be installed shortly'. What it had me download was a zip file that contained two files. One that gave a short explaination of the codec and a libgmpopenh264.so file. Now I have no clue what to do with the .so file to get it installed into Nightly.

Is anyone else having this issue and what can I do about it? I am running Xubuntu 14.04 64-bit.

Asked by marinecomm 6 years ago

Answered by cor-el 6 years ago

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How to save username and password for proxy?

I'm using Firefox 41 for Linux 64 bit and I need to communicate over a proxy requiring authentication. I have to enter username and password after each start of Firefox. … (read more)

I'm using Firefox 41 for Linux 64 bit and I need to communicate over a proxy requiring authentication. I have to enter username and password after each start of Firefox. I found at this forum that setting of the following things in about:config would help but it does not:

network.negotiate-auth.allow-proxies : false network.proxy.share_proxy_settings  : false network.automatic-ntlm-auth.allow-proxies : false network.auth.use : false signon.autologin.proxy : true

So is there any way how to save the credentials to avoid repeated prompting for them in each new Firefox session?

Thank you for your help, Martin

Asked by martin.hruska 5 years ago

Answered by martin.hruska 5 years ago

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Html marquee : stop() and start() work on firefox 26 but not on 27

this html/javascript line works on firefox 26 but not on firefox 27 <marquee onMouseOver='this.stop();' OnMouseOut='this.start();'>Hello</marquee> Why ? … (read more)

this html/javascript line works on firefox 26 but not on firefox 27

<marquee onMouseOver='this.stop();' OnMouseOut='this.start();'>Hello</marquee>

Why ?

Asked by willmath 6 years ago

Answered by mattlem 6 years ago

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auto save changes made in inspector

I frequently work with Inspector in firefox and I want to save changes(atleast those I make in direct html or css code) to my source code. Is this possible with any add-o… (read more)

I frequently work with Inspector in firefox and I want to save changes(atleast those I make in direct html or css code) to my source code. Is this possible with any add-on or some in-built option in firefox?

Asked by Nitish 7 years ago

Answered by Marc Sances 7 years ago

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Firefox will not access internet in Ubuntu 9.10 or 10.04

Installed Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.04. Firfeox will not access internet. Works fine in 9.04 This happened Every time Firefox opened … (read more)

Installed Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.04. Firfeox will not access internet. Works fine in 9.04

This happened

Every time Firefox opened

Asked by AnonymousUser 10 years ago

Answered by AnonymousUser 10 years ago

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I get a 403- Forbidden: access is denied message when trying to access my Microsoft Outlook Web App email

I am using Firefox version 33.0 with an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS operating system. I get a 403- Forbidden: access is denied message when trying to access my Microsoft Outlook We… (read more)

I am using Firefox version 33.0 with an Ubuntu 14.04 LTS operating system. I get a 403- Forbidden: access is denied message when trying to access my Microsoft Outlook Web App (OWA) email. When I use another computer running Firefox version 33.1.1 with a Window 7 operating system, I can access my Microsoft Outlook Web App email perfectly. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get my Firefox browser on the Ubuntu machine to be able to access my email on OWA?

Asked by jwepman 6 years ago

Answered by cor-el 6 years ago

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Some Unicode characters are not displaying properly

I run into this mostly on Diaspora*, Gihub, and Wordpress sites. I either get the standard block character or something I've never seen before. see https://imgur.com/a/r5… (read more)

I run into this mostly on Diaspora*, Gihub, and Wordpress sites. I either get the standard block character or something I've never seen before.

see https://imgur.com/a/r5rvk for examples

Asked by teslas_moustache 6 years ago

Answered by jscher2000 6 years ago

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Gah. Your tab just crashed. Firefox 61

I haave firefox running on Ubuntu with firefox 61.01 and while watching Youtube videos either over 50 minutes or live the message "gah. your tab just crashed" would appea… (read more)

I haave firefox running on Ubuntu with firefox 61.01 and while watching Youtube videos either over 50 minutes or live the message "gah. your tab just crashed" would appear. When i go to about:crashes I do not see any crash reports.

I have tried disabling hardware acceleration clearing all stored information cookies, history etc..

Asked by Mace2 2 years ago

Answered by Mace2 2 years ago

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Does TLS 1.2 already enabled in firefox 57 ? Or do i need to make any changes in the default settings in order to make it active ?

I have updated my Firefox to the latest stable release 57 in a windows machine. I would like to know if TLS 1.2 is already enabled in my browser or do i need to make any … (read more)

I have updated my Firefox to the latest stable release 57 in a windows machine. I would like to know if TLS 1.2 is already enabled in my browser or do i need to make any changes in the default setup in order to make it active.

When i check "security.tls.version.min" it's shown "Value 1". Is that the right value to TLS 1.2 ?

Kindly advise.

Asked by vangoghvan 2 years ago

Answered by James 2 years ago

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install flash player

when installing adobe flashplayer (APT for ubuntu 10.04+) on firefox in ubuntu, i am asked which application to open it with, I don't know as I have not used ubuntu much?… (read more)

when installing adobe flashplayer (APT for ubuntu 10.04+) on firefox in ubuntu, i am asked which application to open it with, I don't know as I have not used ubuntu much? which application should I use?

Asked by Johnee 5 years ago

Answered by Microrobot 5 years ago

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Firebug doens't work at all after updating Firefox

this morning I updated my firefox to 14.01. after that one of my extension i.e firebug just stopped working at all, I mean I couldn't even find the icon in my browser. I … (read more)

this morning I updated my firefox to 14.01. after that one of my extension i.e firebug just stopped working at all, I mean I couldn't even find the icon in my browser. I even tried to go to tools>addons> but you know what, even that page is not responding it keeps on loading no results at all. Please can anyone please help me out this cause I'm the middle of my project I really need this firebug. plsss

Asked by mr_mohamed 8 years ago

Answered by user633449 8 years ago

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Suddenly always redirecting to https

I am running a local apache server for website development. I have always accessed these local sites with http:// Suddenly today firefox is redirecting to https:// and I … (read more)

I am running a local apache server for website development. I have always accessed these local sites with http://

Suddenly today firefox is redirecting to https:// and I receive the "Secure Connection Failed" error.

I have completely removed the firefox profile by deleting the ~/.mozilla and ~/.cache/mozilla directories, but the problem persists.

I have set browser.urlbar.autoFill to false, but the problem persists.

I am not running any extensions or add ons.

No changes to the apache configuration have been made.

No system updates have been installed since it was working yesterday.

Even with apache stopped, the local sites still immediately redirect to https://

The sites are directed to localhost via the /etc/hosts file, for example: 127.0.0.1 examplelocalsite.dev

I have restarted the computer and the problem persists.

The problem is not occurring in Chrome.

The problem is not occurring with external http:// websites.

I am not running any type of security software other than a basic firewall configuration with ufw

The problem persists with ufw disabled.

I have purged the firefox installation with apt purge firefox and reinstalled fresh but the problem persists.

Asked by tekhi 2 years ago

Answered by philipp 2 years ago

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turn off update message after firefox 62

As of about firefox 63, it will no longer be possible to prevent firefox from checking for updates as the preference (option) to do so is being removed. In the past, it … (read more)

As of about firefox 63, it will no longer be possible to prevent firefox from checking for updates as the preference (option) to do so is being removed. In the past, it was simply a matter of setting the option to never check for updates. This is important in an organization as you want everyone to be at the same level. In such organizations, the latest firefox would be obtained once, checked out, then rolled out to the organization from it's support system team/person. Is there going to be a way to prevent the message "an update is available, please install?"

Asked by fuffberry 2 years ago

Answered by philipp 2 years ago

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is there a firefox yum repository?

Is there a separate /etc/yum.repos.d/<firefox.repo> ? the software updater (via Fedora) will not update to the latest firefox 40... I always have to do it manual… (read more)

Is there a separate /etc/yum.repos.d/<firefox.repo> ? the software updater (via Fedora) will not update to the latest firefox 40... I always have to do it manually download from mozilla and install in the /opt/firefox/* directory... does anyone know what the mozilla firefox repo details are? and does it even exist? OS: Ferora 21

Asked by DonMath 5 years ago

Answered by guigs 5 years ago

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Flash plugin detected but not working (Firefox 22 on Linux)

Hi all, I can't get the flash plugin to work. It's installed, detected in about:plugins, but when I visit adobes's test page at http://www.adobe.com/fr/shockwave/welcome/… (read more)

Hi all,

I can't get the flash plugin to work. It's installed, detected in about:plugins, but when I visit adobes's test page at http://www.adobe.com/fr/shockwave/welcome/ , I just get the usual " you need a plugin to view this content" thing.

This happenned since I migrated from Mageia 1 to Mageia 2, and still doesn't work on Mageia 3, which uses Firefox 17 ESR. I then downloaded and installed Firefox 22 directly from Mozilla, still with no luck. I've reset my profile, tried to use an empty profile, tried disabling all add-ons, still no luck.

about:plugins displays this:

   File : libflashplayer.so
   Path : /opt/firefox/browser/plugins/libflashplayer.so
   Version : 11,2,202,297
   State : Enabled
   Shockwave Flash 11.2 r202

This is the most up-to-date flash version available from Adobe.

Another thing is that this machine is a 32 bits install, on an Athlon XP 3000+ with a Radeon X1650 graphics card. Surprisingly, on another machine, using the same distro but with a 64 bits install, Flash works well.

I'm out of ideas now, so any hint would be welcome. Thank you.

Asked by liberforce 7 years ago

Answered by liberforce 7 years ago