Your Firefox profile cannot be loaded. It may be missing or inaccessible
Hi, I have a weird problem, I have 3 systems on my device: windows(10), ubuntu and Arch lately when i was configuring Firefox on fresh arch install I was annoyed that I needed to re-login to every single s...t again. So I thought "Why can I just share the same FF profile between systems" Long story short it didn't work on Arch. I was forced to compile FF from source and now it works... but when I'm logged in on Ubuntu and trying to launch FF from GNU I always see this error. it's working when i point out to profile from the command line with "-p <dir>". but even then when I go to about:profiles and click "launch in new browser" it's still pooping with this error. So Am I doing something wrong or it is just impossible to do this seamlessly? is there a better(correct?) way to achieve the same functionality?
thanks for reading, ill humbly take any advice.
EDIT: I have copied the profile's folder to a separate partition which is auto mounted tried it on Ubuntu (at this time it had been working just fine) and after using it on Arch when I was back on Ubuntu it was displaying this error
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A profile needs to be registered in the profiles.ini file to make Firefox recognize this profile. You get this profile missing/inaccessible error if the copied/restored profile isn't registered in the profiles.ini file, so you need to re-register this profile or possibly restore the profiles.ini file from the backup (this can cause issues in case of multiple profiles).