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Prevent a manual install of firefox to autoupdate like in Linux distros

I have a manual install of Firefox, and I would like it to prevent to autoupdate (my need is to stick some Selenium version). When Firefox is packaged in Linux distro, this feature is deactivated. ...
1
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1answer
311 views

Force proxy settings (Solaris\Linux)

I have tried the following from the command line in solaris: DATE TIME user@host> bash bash-3.2$ export http_proxy=http://localhost:8080/ bash-3.2$ echo $http_proxy http://localhost:8080/ ...
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1answer
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Remote home, two desktops at the same time: firefox and thunderbird can't be run on both

We're using Ubuntu desktops with remote homes mounted via NFS. It's working ok overall, but we're facing a problem now with thunderbird and firefox. Some users have two identical desktops running at ...
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0answers
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Firefox proxy authentication with Kerberos: one service ticket per connection (Linux)

I am trying to enable proxy authentication via Kerberos for Firefox. The setup is: Active Directory domain (for LDAP and Kerberos; this works and I can log in the computer and get Kerberos tickets ...
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3answers
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Running Selenium RC Headless via init script: Can not start firefox

I am trying to start selenium and the headless Xvfb X server using a init script and the daemon tool. But when I start my environment using this method, Firefox fails to launch. It looks like it can ...
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How can I run Firefox on CentOS with no display? [closed]

I'm trying to use Selenium Server to do some web testing.... if you're not familiar with Selenium, the way it works is that my web app (in this case, a PHP script) uses Selenium's excellent API, which ...
2
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1answer
249 views

Possible to block a Java applet from writing log files?

We use a custom build Java applet daily on a host, but each time it writes a debug log file. We don't have the source code for the applet. It is possible to somehow block the applet from writing ...
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10answers
3k views

Firefox says “You don't have permission to access /somefolder/somefile.php on this server.” IE/Chrome work well

Background: I have my website (http://www.gymandspajobs.com) code hosted on a linux server . My website allows new registrations for members. The filled-up forms are verified by javascripts in the ...
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Can Firefox 3.5 run on Linux Kernel 2.4?

I am trying to run Firefox inside of a Linux chroot. The chroot has a copy of Debian Etch installed via debootstrap. If the chroot is running on a machine w/ a 2.6 kernel, I can run Firefox 2.0, 3.0 ...