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  1. Thread: Firefox error

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    [ubuntu] Re: Firefox error

    Try a new clean profile, without any extensions
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    [ubuntu] Re: 10.04 LTS Firefox 3.6

    Well, I would say it not tightly integrated with the desktop.
    You can easily remove the firefox folder/content and it will not brake anything well.. maybe the yelp if you are really unlucky.
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    [ubuntu] Re: 10.04 LTS Firefox 3.6

    Just download the firefox from mozilla.com
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    [ubuntu] Re: Reverting back to 11.04 - Help Please !!!

    Well you can edit the dpkg/apt-get installed file / source file.And revert back, but you will probably brake everything :)
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    [other] Re: Anyone using Fedora 14

    Right, your right :)
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    [other] Re: Anyone using Fedora 14

    Will this not do the same?


    ls -lsaR /
  7. [gnome] Re: Remove lock screen entry under system menu 2D *Natty*

    Sorry but the menu editor does not have the capability to add/remove items from the system menu. only system / sub-menus and application.
  8. [gnome] Re: Remove lock screen entry under system menu 2D *Natty*

    Hi.
    Nope it doesn't work have done that, have tried the gconf-editor no success.

    Have search in the /usr/share/application folder for an entry nothing.

    Have removed / added the indicator...
  9. [gnome] Remove lock screen entry under system menu 2D *Natty*

    hi.

    Have search high and low, but not found any way to remove the lock screen entry under the system menu in Natty (Gnome Classic).

    Any tips on how to remove the menu entry?
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    Re: Starting Firefox 4.0.1 Ubuntu Natty Error

    Open the HOME folder
    /Home/USERNAME/
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    Re: Starting Firefox 4.0.1 Ubuntu Natty Error

    1 open your home folder
    2 press CTRL + H
    3 locate the folder called .mozilla
    4 delete it
    5 start Firefox and see whats happening
  12. [SOLVED] Re: terminal command/script to upload a file to an ftp server without user input

    IE: I use this script and cron.
  13. [SOLVED] Re: terminal command/script to upload a file to an ftp server without user input

    use the script ftp-upload
  14. [SOLVED] Re: After formating HDD how can i check for bad blocks?

    Hum that's funny. On ubuntu smart a get sector error on all disk I have tried. Old as new ones.
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    [ubuntu] Re: want to reinstall 10.04lts over 10.10

    Reinstall the "/" partition = root filesystem/base system
    But keep the "/Home" partition = all your personal settings
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    [ubuntu] Re: How to format a SD card

    Try:
    System/Administration/Disk Utility
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    Re: Upcoming Ubuntu Releases Countdown Timers

    :)
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    [all variants] Re: Firefox and the secmod.db file issue

    Great work. I will try it:)

    I have been using the Firefox from Mozilla and have not had any issues.. so far
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    [all variants] Re: Firefox and the secmod.db file issue

    Nope. Spoke to soon :(

    I will now use the official FF and see.
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    [all variants] Re: Firefox and the secmod.db file issue

    Have not had any issues since I removed the FireFTP.

    But it's still to early to say.
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    [all variants] Re: Firefox and the secmod.db file issue

    yes I have seen alot of threads on this, but not solution like you say.

    Have install FF from Mozilla and a new profile, no add-ons.

    So it's just to wait and see.
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    [all variants] Firefox and the secmod.db file issue

    What is happening with the FF on ubuntu 10.04 x86?

    I go nuts over this issue, now and then I need to del the secmod.db file to make the FF start.

    Well.. quite often so to speak, and really...
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    [ubuntu] Re: 10.04 Utorrent and webui

    Have you tried the transmission and it's webui?
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    [all variants] Re: locales package on a headless server

    No not one person know?
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    [all variants] Re: locales package on a headless server

    Ehh excuse?
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