Firefox 68 ESR is the latest version for Linux system on Raspberry Pi but I don't know why it is not working with Webrtc. I had tested some Webrtc samples and website wit…
Firefox 68 ESR is the latest version for Linux system on Raspberry Pi but I don't know why it is not working with Webrtc. I had tested some Webrtc samples and website with Firefox 68.4.1ESR on Linux system of Raspberry Pi 3. They all return some errors. For example, AppRTC video chat client powered by Google App Engine: https://appr.tc/ The result is showing like the images. It can't show the device name when I accept the camera and microphone permission then return error message. Then I tried Firefox 60, it works fine with Webrtc sample on Raspberry Pi 3. As a final test, I downloaded the Firefox 68.4.1ESR version at my laptop with Win10 system and test it. Everything is fine. I am sure the camera and microphone is fine because Firefox 60 can run the sample normally. May I get some help to figure out the problem of the Firefox 68.4.1ESR on the Raspberry Pi with Linux system and how can I make it work with Webrtc?
I deactivated 2FA to change the app I use to generate the code but I can't manage to reactivate it, every time I scan the QR Code and input the code I get this error. I a…
I deactivated 2FA to change the app I use to generate the code but I can't manage to reactivate it, every time I scan the QR Code and input the code I get this error. I also tried to input the code manually without scanning the QR Code but the result is the same.
I tried both on Firefox Preview on Android and on latest Firefox version on Arch Linux but the result is the same.
Somehow related to this: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1273708 and this question: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1268361 I'm using Firefox Sync…
Somehow related to this: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1273708 and this question: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/questions/1268361
I'm using Firefox Sync for longer to sync bookmarks and logins between Firefoxes on my private Linux box and Firefox on a private Android Smartphone.
As I wanted to have my logins (esp. their usually nowadays pretty complex passwords :-)) also available on my company's laptop's Firefox, but ONLY the logins, NOT the (many) bookmarks, don't want to mix business bookmarks with private ones, I've enbled Firefox Sync for the first time on the company#s laptop.
Unfortunately Firefox Sync took ALL information possible, bookmarks, logins and even history, and synced it to my Android also. Bidirectional! Some work to wipe this. There has been no option in the phase of connecting my company's laptop to Firefox sync to select the sync scope itself, unfortunately.
- Is this "working as designed"? Or did I miss something?
Before wiping both my company's laptop and my Android, I've set the sync options to "Logins only" on the company's laptop. To be sure NOT to get any wiped bookmarks deleted at their origins/source Firefoxes.
Having done this. my Android Sync settings have been also set (automatically?) to "Logins only", no Bookmarks sync anymore.
- I this correct? Only one sync options set valid for ALL devices "belonging" to a Firefox Sync account? Docs are somewhat vague about this, at least what I've found here: https://support.mozilla.org/en-US/kb/how-do-i-choose-what-types-information-sync-firefox#w_manage-sync-information-on-a-computer
I'm not 100% sure about "automatically set", but because of the work to get things sorted out after the unwanted sync I do not want to test again :-S
I have files on desktop have sent pictures to Firefox. I'm afraid to hook my PC up to Ethernet because I saw it in the files. Networks 26282d. 26282_5g. Qualcomm Athe…
I have files on desktop have sent pictures to Firefox. I'm afraid to hook my PC up to Ethernet because I saw it in the files. Networks 26282d. 26282_5g. Qualcomm Atheros AR8152 PCI-E Fast Ethernet Controller (6.30) is on my desktop files. I can access View all Events. I need someone to get files or show me how. I cannot move my cursor off this because tis is the only file I can access. I was in files and when I click on one it turns white can't get access my cursor picks up folder or file and puts it in another place. What can I do?
When a UF2/WebAuthn security key confirmation dialogue is called, how do I prevent all firefox windows blinking orange in Windows taskbar?
I previously saw a post about having the confirmation dialog popping up on all windows (https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1574853) but that didn't address my i…
I previously saw a post about having the confirmation dialog popping up on all windows (https://bugzilla.mozilla.org/show_bug.cgi?id=1574853) but that didn't address my issue. That bug was fixed and the dialog box doesn't pop up across all windows, but what does happen is every firefox window gets alerted and turns orange as an alert and stays orange until each window is clicked. I went to WebAuthn.io to test this.
This is intrusive to my work as I have multiple virtual desktops and it alerts in all firefox windows across all my virtual desktops. I have my taskbar hidden but when these notifications pop up, this overlays on top of my current applications.
Picture of the effect is attached.
Is there any way to prevent this? Is this intended? If not, how can I remove this annoying notification?
Current firefox version is 68.5.0esr (64-bit). Is this potentially a bug in the ESR update channel that might have been fixed in another firefox version?