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i installed Beta 2 and it froze on the epub add on. I uninstalled it installed again same thing. unistalled then installed 1.1 removed epub then uninstalled and reinstalled beta 2. just freezes on 1st page. can I COMPLETELY remove to reinstall?

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I have installed the FF4 Beta 2 and intially it worked well. I then went to add ons and it froze on full screen with epub. I have the screen shot if its any good. It sfull screen and has rss feed symbol in top left of screen then underneath Whats new - epub reader underneath Version 1.3.0.3 then underneath that its says bugfixes in some cases FF4 crashed when an ebook with epub reader was loaded and tabs where switched. Anyway I uninstalled beta 4 then installed 1.1 and removed epub reader. Then reinstalled FF4 B2 but it just freezes on opening. For the short whle I used Beta 2 it looked great speed wise compared to earlier versions. I think if I was to be able to completley remove firefox and do a claen install it may work.

Isisombululo esikhethiwe

It sounds like you are using Firefox for Maemo (Nokia N900).

If you want a completely clean install, you can get rid of your old profile by typing this command into the X Terminal app before starting Firefox:

cd .mozilla; mv fennec fennec.bak

(That will move your existing profile to a backup location, so a new one will be created. This will hide all your bookmarks, history, cookies, and add-ons, but you can restore the old profile from the backup if you need to.)

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Isisombululo Esikhethiwe

It sounds like you are using Firefox for Maemo (Nokia N900).

If you want a completely clean install, you can get rid of your old profile by typing this command into the X Terminal app before starting Firefox:

cd .mozilla; mv fennec fennec.bak

(That will move your existing profile to a backup location, so a new one will be created. This will hide all your bookmarks, history, cookies, and add-ons, but you can restore the old profile from the backup if you need to.)

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Brilliant your the man. Actually reinstalled Maemo PR1.3 (you were on the money guessing N900) to try and fix then forgot one of the fennec's in x term line....but finally there. great thanks always thought firefox would get there had so much potential but lacked the speed to make it practical. cheers and thanks