Fedora :: Firefox Still Work If Remove Languages?

Jan 26, 2010

I installed Fedora 12. I noticed that every possible language support is included in Firefox. What is the reason for this? Will Fedora and Firefox still work if I remove these languages?

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Fedora Installation :: Program Add/remove And Found Many Unusual Languages Supported

May 27, 2009

A question on the packages installed. Went to program add/remove and found many unusual languages supported. Will I have problems if I remove them?? Also is KDE any better than GNOME for the desktop. recommendation on a book covering Fedora that the inexperienced can understand.

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Debian :: Doesn't Support Flash On The Web - Simultaneously Work With Two Or Three Different Languages?

Dec 10, 2010

I have worked with it for some weeks when I installed it over the summer on my PowerPC. I am now trying to decide whether Debian (vs. Ubuntu) is the right OS for my brand new Toshiba Intel Core i3 with 3 GB of RAM.

1. Flash -- it is true that Debian doesn't support flash on the web? It certianly did not support flash on my PowerPC. I would appreciate if someone can give me a straight answer on this.

2. Languages -- can I simultaneously work with two or three different languages on Debian? I frequently have to type in several languages (e.g., English, French, Persian, Turkish). I am writing a dissertation, so this is very important to me.

3. Finally where can I read a little about comparison between Debian and Ubuntu? My understanding is that Debian is faster than Ubuntu and generally better. Ubuntu is after all based on Debian which means that it's secondary in stability, features, speed, etc. to Debian. Is this generalization correct? Or am I completely off the wall?

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Fedora :: Remove All Cookies From Firefox?

Jun 7, 2011

so i want to remove all cookies from my firefox, seems like lots of ways to do this, none of which work?

tried, edit pref privacy show cookies remove all cookies all cookies appear gone but on restart are all back again tried tools view all cookies remove all cookies

same result. anyone any idea how i can do this tried to manually delate cookie file from ~/.mozilla/firefox/somecode.default but that didn't work either, failing that how do i remove firefox and all config files with yum, like --purge option for .deb systems?

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Fedora :: Remove White Bar At Top While Using Firefox (or Any Other Window)

Aug 24, 2011

For the life of me I cant remember what this bar is called, but if you right click, it allows you to close the window, minimize or maximize it, etc.

I like black themes, and right now everything but that bar is black.

Is there any way to change that bar from white to black?

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Applications :: Update From Firefox 3.0 To Firefox 3.5 Through Yum / Remove Previous Installation And Use Solely One Package?

Nov 16, 2009

Recently I have installed Fedora 10. It comes with firefox 3.xx by default. Now I was wondering if there is any way through which i can update it to 3.5 version though yum. I have tried yum update firefox but it did not work and returns following messages Loaded plugins: refresh-packagekit Setting up Update Process No Packages marked for Update I know that one way to update is download the latest Tar package and use it, but I want to totally remove my previous installation and use solely one package i.e. firefox 3.5.

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Fedora :: Add/Remove Software Does Not Work At All In F11

Jun 19, 2009

If I try to search ANYTHING in the text box or click anything, all that comes up is "nothing found".

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Ubuntu :: Can't Remove Firefox 3.6 (Namoroka) And Reinstall Firefox 2

Feb 25, 2011

Running Ubuntu 8.04

Thought I'd be clever and upgrade Firefox to v. 3 using instructions at


Ended up with "Namoroka" which seems to be Firefox 3.6, and it's a prerelease version.

Flash works under my admin id but not under normal user id. Reinstalling Flash didn't help. Want to revert to Firefox 2 that came with Ubuntu 8.04 so Flash will work again.

Can't uninstall "Namoroka" - uninstalled Firefox-3 but it's still hanging in there!

Can't reinstall Firefox 2

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Fedora :: Easier Way To Exclude Languages

Aug 27, 2010

I am using livecd-creator with the fedora-livecd-desktop.ks file to create livecd/usb images. The image that is created includes several languages (some are listed below). How can I only include one or two specific languages? Will I have to specify to remove each language group? If so, what is the syntax for yum?

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Fedora :: Investigate / What To Remove To Make It Work

Apr 23, 2010

Upon yum -y update I end up with this lines, exiting the process:


As a newbie, I have no idea of what to do, how to investigate, or what to remove to make it work.

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General :: Managing Spelling Checker Languages In Fedora 12

Mar 28, 2010

I'm often switching between the following three languages to check spelling in evolution, firefox and gnote:

English / United States
Dutch / Netherlands
Croatian / Croatia

The problem is that the language list is huge, what makes switching between the languages difficult. There are more than 20 types of English spelling and 3 Duch spellings (see the screen-shot).

I would like to configure this language list, so that only the relevant languages are displayed.

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Fedora :: Get Firefox To Use Sun Plugin But Nothing Seems To Work

Feb 1, 2010

I've got fedora12 64bit and have installed sun java 64bit. If I run java -version its shows that its using sun java. I have followed a few site now to get firefox to use the sun plugin but nothing seems to work. All I get when I click a java app is to run it in iced tea.

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Fedora :: Firefox Won't Start / Get It To Work?

Apr 17, 2010

I'm running Fedora 12 constantine, and firefox was working just days ago, but today i tried and it wouldn't launch.
I go to terminal and type "firefox -safe-mode" (because i was using ubuntu this command worked when this exact problem occurred) but here i get "Could not find compatible GRE between version and"

also i would like to ask, how do i update my fedora from terminal, something similar to "sudo apt-get update" on ubuntu..but yum instead,.

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Fedora :: Can't Get Java To Work On Firefox

Dec 22, 2010

I can't get Java to work on Firefox.Woops I did not notice the title. Well put it simple I want to play RuneScape, but I don't think I have Java and don't know how to get it running on Fedora.

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Fedora :: Firefox Sets Itself To Work Offline?

Nov 19, 2009

I don't start a network connection when my machine boots FC11 64 bit. When I start the connection and the Firefox browser, I always find that Firefox has set itself to work offline. I use File->work offline and uncheck that box. This fixes the problem, but only till the next reboot. Even if I exit Firefox "in an orderly manner", the next time it will have set itself to work offline.

I had this problem in previous Fedora versions. I read about two solutions on the web. One was to write a script that removed a file called extensions.cache before Firefox ran. The other was to type about:config in the address bar of Firefox, acknowledge the warning message, and use the right mouse button to togglethe value ofoolkit.networkmanager.disable from "false" to "true".Are either of these good solutions? What exactly does "network manager" do? I think of it as the gui under System->Administration->Network, but it must be more.

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Fedora :: Some Links On A Website Don't Work In Firefox?

Apr 29, 2010

Recently Firefox is showing some but not all the links inside a page in a website that I use every day.Firefox had worked well in the past years with this site, so I made a few tests:- I tested the web page on Firefox 3.5.9 on Fedora 12. Some links missing.- I tested the same web page on IE8 on Windows Vista. No issues, all links there.- I tested the same web page downgrading Firefox to version 3.5.4 and downgrading the required libraries. Same issue, some links missing.- I compared the html code that the web server hands to both IE8 and Firefox. They are exactly the same.I don't know enough about html or javascript to understand why Firefox doesn't like some of this code portion.

<td align='left'>
<p class='liga'><a href="javascript:GeneraId('11')"><img src="image.gif" BORDER=0


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Fedora :: Scim Do Not Work With Firefox - Pidgin

Nov 26, 2010

Im using fedora14-KDE and installed scim. Scim works good in Konqueror, terminal, kwrite, kword... but do not work with firefox, pidgin...I dont know how to fix this problem.

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Ubuntu :: Can't Get Thai Language Input To Work - In "ibus Preferences/input Method" - No Languages Are Shown

May 29, 2010

I can't get Thai language input to work.

In "language support" I installed Thai, but it remains grayed out.

In "ibus preferences / input method", no languages are shown.

I added:

I added: "ibus-daemon --xim" to startup applications. No effect.

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Fedora :: Unable To Get Last Pass Firefox Addon To Work Correctly On F15 / FF4

Jun 17, 2011

Since moving from centos 5.6 to fedora 15 a week ago I have been unable to get Last Pass firefox addon to work correctly. Those of you familiar to last pass will probably have seen the error message before in a variety of situations, namely "An error occurred while attempting to contact the server. Please check your internet connection." This error appears as soon as you log in (which it does manage to do) but instantly loses authentication - seems like the cookie expires almost instantly and therefore all saved sites/passwords require re-authentication with LP to use.

No network configuration has altered since the OS change, but F15 comes with firefox 4 rather than 3.6.x in centos. I know the last pass plugin should work with FF4 and have read suggestions about SSL/TLS version settings (which are 3.0 and 1.0 respectively) and disabling SELinx. Neither of these have made any difference.

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Fedora :: Make Mozilla Firefox Browser Work For Xampp?

Dec 23, 2010

I have installed Xampp on Fedora 11. After that I have gone to Mozilla Firefox Browser and wrote [URL].. on the address bar but it is not supporting Xampp, when I opened Konqueror Browser and wrote [URL].. on the address bar it is supporting Xampp and showing everything of Xampp. Now, is there any way to make Mozilla Firefox Browser work for Xampp?

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Fedora :: FC11 Adding Extra Spell Check Languages In Gnome Apps And Evolution

Jun 11, 2009

Adding extra spell check library's in FC 11 Gnome is really easy.

Open gnome terminal.

Su to root or use sudo :
# su
Search with yum to your language:
# yum search hunspell
<snip long output list with different languages>
hunspell-nl.noarch : Dutch hunspell dictionaries

I want the Dutch hunspell dictionary, but you fill out the right language for the language support you want: # yum install hunspell-nl

This will install the dutch hunspell dictionary or the dictionary of your choice. After you installed this dictionary it will be immediately available in gnome apps and Evolution.

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Fedora Installation :: System Gets Loaded With A Bunch Of Fonts And Input Methods For Various Eastern Languages?

Nov 18, 2009

When I install I never select language support other than English, yet the system gets loaded with a bunch of fonts and input methods for various Eastern languages and I spend time taking them out.Why are they getting installed at all?

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Fedora Networking :: Network Manager Is Turned Off, But When Do That Firefox ALWAYS Has WORK OFFLINE Checked?

Apr 4, 2009

On my Linux box, (which is a proxy, webserver, mailserver, etc. etc. etc.) I use static IP's. Network manager is turned off, but when you do that Firefox ALWAYS has WORK OFFLINE checked. I could use Network Manager but that's not really the right way, cause I need the servers to work in level 3, etc. as well...Anyways, anyone know a way to make FF behave if I use Static IP without NM?

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Fedora :: Rebooted - Desktop Starts For A Very Short Time Then Disappears - YUM Does Not Work Neither Does Firefox

Apr 9, 2010

I updated Fedora 9 yesterday. I rebooted earlier and now the desktop starts for a very short time then disappears followed by a window opening and closing for a few goes. After this nothing! YUM does not work, neither does Firefox! A bug report informed me there was a Python problem but I can find no reference to this anywhere.

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Networking :: DNS Lookup Doesn't Work, Ping, Firefox Will Not Work Properly?

Apr 23, 2009

I have this annoying problem since day one.I am testing out Red Hat RHEL5, everything is fine except DNS look up.If I ping www.google.com, it doesn't work, ping ip address it all works;if I bring up browser, put www.google.com it doesn't work, can't find the name, however, simply put ip address there it works.My DNS seeting seems ok, and the DNS works from Windows box.

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Slackware :: Get Rtsp:// In Firefox To Work \ (adding Entries In :config Does Not Work)?

Feb 2, 2010

I have followed the instructions at http://www.vcn.bc.ca/~dugan/setting-up-slackware.html (under "Making Firefox Perfect"), but I still get the error message"Firefox doesn't know how to open this address, because the protocol (rtsp) isn't associated with any program."

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Fedora :: "yum-plugin-remove-with-leaves" - Doesn't Work With Graphical Front Ends

Sep 19, 2010

I'm trying to switch from debian to fedora (13) and I'm stuck at getting yum to remove leave dependencies.

So far I've installed "yum-plugin-remove-with-leaves" and I'm able to remove leave dependencies if I invoke yum with the "--remove-leaves" argument from command line.

But this doesn't work with graphical front ends and I want to remove unused leave dependencies every time if I remove a package not just if I remember to invoke yum with the "--remove-leaves" argument.

Later on I discovered an option in "/etc/yum/pluginconf.d/remove-with-leaves.conf" named "remove_always = 1" and uncommented it. But yum doesn't seem to care. I still need to add the "--remove-leaves" argument otherwise yum isn't going to remove the leave dependencies.

How to configure yum to handle dependencies the way I used to know from apt under debian? Install a package with a graphical front end and dependencies get pulled in as needed. Uninstall a package later on and dependencies installed in the first place are removed as well if not needed by anything installed in between.

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Fedora :: Software Update Or Add / Remove Software Does Not Work In LXDE

Jul 4, 2011

I've installed F15 Gnome 3 and after a while in using this interface, I decided I rather go back to the LXDE desktop. so I've removed GNOME and installed LXDE.I'm not sure if it worked in GNOME 3 - but now in the LXDE I'm unable to install software using Add/Remove Software applet or check for software updates.When I attempt to do so - I get an error message telling me that "Authorization failed" - it doesn't even prompt me for the root password and I've resorted to having to do the install of new software and updates through the command line using "yum install ..... " and "yum upgrade".

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OpenSUSE :: How To Remove All Traces Of Firefox

Feb 2, 2011

I installed an addon on Firefox, which i am not completely sure it is safe. (Name of the addon is Ivacy, you can google it, it's to use a VPN) Anyway, i thought that maybe that addon could install a keylogger or something. So I uninstalled it, and then I thought, what if it infected firefox? (I know i am paranoid) So i uninstalled firefox by using Yast, then reinstalled it, and my previous addons and history were still there. For me it means that uninstalling by Yast does not remove all traces of Firefox. Please do you have a way to remove all traces of Firefox? As i told you previously, I'm new to Linux, do you think that there is a risk for my PC when I install Firefox addons?

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Ubuntu :: Remove Firefox 3.6.2pre ?

Jan 28, 2010

How can I remove Firefox 3.6.2pre from my system?

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