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MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_INVALID_INTEGER_ENCODING error after new server cert installed (self signed).

After installed some expired certs on a server in house, I try and bring up a management page that worked fine prior. The error is: The server presented a certificate tha… (funda kabanzi)

After installed some expired certs on a server in house, I try and bring up a management page that worked fine prior. The error is: The server presented a certificate that contains an invalid encoding of an integer. Common causes include negative serial numbers, negative RSA moduli, and encodings that are longer than necessary.

Error code: MOZILLA_PKIX_ERROR_INVALID_INTEGER_ENCODING

How can this be worked around, a setting of some sort maybe?

Thanks for any input

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Armenian fonts

After the latest Mozilla browser update, the Armenian font/text is not visible in a normal way as before. It looks much smaller and the font is different, narrower and le… (funda kabanzi)

After the latest Mozilla browser update, the Armenian font/text is not visible in a normal way as before. It looks much smaller and the font is different, narrower and less vivid. And playing with "Language and Appearance | Fonts and Colors" in Settings does not help... Please help resolve.

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Sync seems to ignore local paths file:///home for example. How to include these?

One of my uses of Firefox is as a tabbed reader. So I will have arxiv pdfs open, local pdfs etc. I would like to Sync these views across devices. It seems that Sync ignor… (funda kabanzi)

One of my uses of Firefox is as a tabbed reader. So I will have arxiv pdfs open, local pdfs etc. I would like to Sync these views across devices. It seems that Sync ignores any local tabs. For example file:////home/me/books/this_great_books.pdf

I suspect this is to avoid syncing settings files. But is there a simple path-based over-ride for this?

Or perhaps another extension would solve this.

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