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  1. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    Your extensions still exists in your backup.
    Exit firefox, empty both the profile and the xxxxxx.default directory. Then copy the content of your backup to the default directory. Wait a few minutes...
  2. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    I guess you just have missed to rename tmpfs_firefox.sh to .tmpfs_firefox.sh
  3. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    You have to wait about 5 minutes before you restart the computer. 5 minutes is default in the guide for saving the changes to the computers HDD.
  4. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    Have you managed to fix it?
  5. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    Yes.
  6. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    @Bishop Hill

    You're from Sweden, me2. The fact that you are swedish will help you a lot to successfully complete the guide. I have a more detailed guide (this guide is based on it) and it is...
  7. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    Ok, I would like you to verify that...

    1. ...the line PROFILE="xxxxxxxx.default" in the file .tmpfs_frirefox.sh has the same xxxxxxxx values as your xxxxxxxx.default folder located in you...
  8. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    Rename the file .tmpfs_firefox.sh to something else, like .tmpfs_firefox_HELLOWORLD.sh

    Reboot computer.

    Empty both the created profile directory and your xxxxx.default directory. Firefox must...
  9. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    First of all, the guide is pretty complicated so errors may appear. I will try to help you to solve the problem. I need you to clarify some questions first.

    1. Do you have a copy of your original...
  10. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    Yes, the box that says "Allow this file to run as a program" has the exact same meaning. Just make sure it is marked and you are good to go.
  11. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    So it appears that add-on Download Statusbar doesn't work with this guide?
  12. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    Can you post what numbers you used in the guide and what addons you have active?
  13. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    Thanks!
    I guess you noticed the increased speed and stability? :popcorn:
    I haven't had any hangups for FF since I started using this method.
  14. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    You don't have to do that actually. It doesn't matter if Firefox is running or not, the synchronization happens every 5 minutes anyway.
    If you are planning to turn the computer off right after you...
  15. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    I noticed that using


    firefox ~/.mozilla/firefox/xxxxxx.default tmpfs size=AMOUNT_OF_RAM_TO_USE,noauto,user,exec,uid=1000,gid=1000 0 0


    Doest work for me. I have changed the guide ones more....
  16. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    There is an error in the guide (fixed now).
    Instead of


    firefox /home/USERNAME/.mozilla/firefox/xxxxxxx.default tmpfs size=AMOUNT_OF_RAM_TO_USE,noauto,user,exec,uid=1000,gid=1000 0 0

    in...
  17. Re: Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    Can0n, I can do both uploads and download with no problems. I have done a lot of configs in about:config that is not mentioned in the guide.
    try setting

    browser.cache.memory.enable --> True
    ...
  18. Howto; Firefox profile in RAM for increased speed and stability

    NOTE: This howto has been tested in Ubuntu 9.04 Jaunty Jackalope and Firefox version 3.0.8.

    This howto is based on the discussion from a forumthread over at the Gentoo Forums and this guide from...
  19. Re: HOW TO: mount /tmp to ram for insreased preformance.

    Thanks! Works like a charm!
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    Re: Super PI Ubuntu - How fast is your cpu?

    leif@ubuntu:~/super_pi$ ./super_pi 20
    Version 2.0 of the super_pi for Linux OS
    Fortran source program was translated into C program with version 19981204 of
    f2c, then generated C source program...
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    Re: 8.04 Crane wallpaper download

    Here you go:

    http://ubuntu-bossieman.blogspot.com/2008/01/ubuntu-wallpapers.html
  22. Re: What has your experience been with Ubuntu on your laptop(s)?

    I use the latest alpha of Hardy on my Zepto laptop. The Znote 6224W works like a charm. Sound, Wifi, 3-1 cardreader, Bluetooth, Hibernate a.s.o. works straight out of the box. Only had to use...
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    Re: Laptop recommendations for Ubuntu?

    All the current Zepto modells works perfectly with Hardy Heron

    6224W
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    6625WD
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    3215W
    6025WD
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    Re: Skype 2.0 Is Out: Supports Video

    Strange, in Hardy Heron I cant get the mic to function, in Gutsy the beta of skype worked perfect with my Quickcam pro 9000. I hope it works when HH is ready.
  25. Re: Skype 2.0 BETA for linux is here! Finally Video Conference!

    Thanks for the info!
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