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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OpenSUSE :: Remove The Entry In The Extension Cookies File?

Dec 20, 2010

I had an extension i started making and had loaded in Chromium. Well i forgot to unload it and deleted the files for it. Well now Chromium crashes on startup saying it can't find the manifest file for it. How can i remove the entry for that in the extension cookies file?

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Software :: Clearing Cache And Delete Cookies In Firefox

Dec 1, 2009

How do I empty the cache in Firefox? All I can figure out how to do is delete cookies.

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Sep 24, 2010

Firefox used to work fine, then I played around (only) with privacy settings, and now it deletes all cookies (including ones set to expire in a month) at the end of the session.It is set to "remember history". Moving to a new profile is not an option.

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Fedora :: Firefox Still Work If Remove Languages?

Jan 26, 2010

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Aug 24, 2011

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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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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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May 17, 2010

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Ubuntu :: How To Edit Cookies

Apr 10, 2011

How do I edit cookies, I mean the file not settings.

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Debian :: Cannot Allow Cookies Per Site

Aug 1, 2010

Browsers under Debian distros used to allow cookies per site but now it seems it is all or nothing. Perhaps I should install another web browser. I have Epiphany and Iceweasel.

My main problem is that I cannot set non-volatile the number of results per page in Google to 100.

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Programming :: How Do Cookies Work?

Mar 31, 2010

I understand that a website can set a cookie which means a little text file with a no. in it will be created on the client side, and then the no. will get sent to the server with every visit. But how is this used to customize a page? Does this mean that a MySQL database *has* to be created, which can be used to match up that no. with a particular login name, for instance? How exactly is this pulled off?

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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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Jan 28, 2010

How can I remove Firefox 3.6.2pre from my system?

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Ubuntu :: Remove Firefox New Tab Favicon?

Jun 6, 2010

How do I remove my Firefox New tab favicon? There should be no favicon for a blank tab!

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Jul 11, 2011

When I try to remove firefox in software center, I see something like this:


No apport report written because MaxReports is reached already

Please restart all running instances of firefox, or you will experience problems.

When I try sudo apt-get install -f, I see this:


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Aug 30, 2010

Anyone has successful experience removing the 'firefox-branding' package?

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Mar 26, 2010

I need to implement a company-wide policy on "adobe flash player settings".Each individual can visitmanager07.html and change their settings, but that's far from ideal.I suspect I could get somewhere by locking down permissions on temp directories, but I wonder if there is a more elegant way?

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Ubuntu :: Website Downloader With Cookies Support

Dec 22, 2010

I want to download a website which needs login before accessing the rest of it. how I can download it?, I used webhttrack and it didn't help.

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Ubuntu Security :: Access Facebook Without Cookies?

Jan 20, 2011

is there a way to access facebook without cookies?

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General :: View Cookies From Command Prompt?

Mar 11, 2011

I was curious if I would be able to view cookies from a command prompt when ssh'd into a machine. On a test machine running fedora 13, I found that the cookies were stored in a cookies.sqlite. I made sure that all instances of Firefox was closed and attempted to view the file running the following command

sqlite3 cookies.sqlite

It loaded but I was unable to run view any of the information because the database was locked? There were no instances of Firefox running and I check to make sure there were no services of Firefox running as well. Am I doing something wrong? Is this not the correct way to view cookies from the command line ? I have tried google searches and has since been unable to come up with anything.

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Slackware :: Option To Disable The Cookies Requirement?

May 11, 2011

I can manage my printer through the web browser interface in 12.2 without cookies but in 13.1 I need to allow cookies.

When did CUPS start requiring cookies to be enabled to use the web browser interface?

Is there an option to disable the cookies requirement?

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Ubuntu :: Remove Namoroka Firefox 3.6.5pre?

May 15, 2010

I have problem running Firefox 3.6.5pre called Namoroka

In Ubuntu Lucid 10.04 I have installed F/f 3.5 and 3.6,showing in Synaptic and also 3.6.5pre which does not appear in the synaptic list as it was installed direct from Mozilla. If I try to run 3.5 or 3.6 Namoroka still grabs the command.

I would like to revert to the recognised/updated version of 3.6 (already installed)and completely remove all redundant packages. Mozilla only suggests removing the profile but I need that when the recognised version is allowed to run.

Firefox-3.6.5pre Namoroka

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Oct 12, 2010

I sudo apt-get removed Firefox from my system in favor of Google Chrome. However, Ubuntu still prompts me to upgrade Firefox. How do I stop that? Also, whenever I click on HTML files, Firefox is still the one that loads by default. How can that be if I've sudo apt-get removed it? And Firefox is still in my Applications->Internet menu... So, was my sudo apt-get remove successful?

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Fedora :: Remove Pen Drive When Click 'safely Remove' Tab Instead Of Getting Removed It Reappears

Jun 28, 2011

To remove pendrive when I click the 'safely remove' tab instead of getting removed from the desktop it reappears again. This problem is there in fedora 14

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Jun 8, 2010

Is "Sweeper" a good tool for cookies web history & such?Also, I want to set up personal file sharing for my house & it says I do not have the correct packages installed, but it also doesn't say which packages I need to install.

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Security :: Managing Flash Cookies - Relocating ~/.macromedia ?

Oct 27, 2010

I use different browsers for sites like facebook and general browsing (specifically rekonq for facebook, firefox for others).
However, I find that Flash cookies are shared between browsers, and are not cleared when clear my browser cookies.

Flash cookies are kept in ~/.macromedia, and it's OK for me to clear this periodically with a little cron job. However, I would really like separate places for flash cookies from rekonq and firefox.

Does anyone know how to do this? Maybe there is an environment variable which allows this?

My second implementation option would be to make a chrooted environment for each browser or something like that.

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Ubuntu :: Remove Firefox Without Removing Java Plugin?

Jun 5, 2010

I'm on 9.10 x64 gnome.I hate firefox and want to remove it because I use chrome,but when I try to remove it it removes the java plugin.And when I try to install the java plugin alone, it installs firefox. Why are these dependencies of each other? Is there any way that I can remove ff without removing java?

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Ubuntu Installation :: Remove Namoroka And Reinstall Firefox?

Oct 7, 2010

How can I remove Namoroka (3.6.12pre) and reinstall firefox? I already tried the sudo apt-get purge firefox-3.6 but to no avail.
Can anybody tell me what the ppa packages just are? Is it correct that they are Ubuntu specific packages for optimizing applications for Ubuntu?

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Slackware :: What Packages Can Remove For Minimal - Fluxbox&Firefox

Jul 28, 2011

Here is what I have gotten my install down to with these packages:[url]

Just looking for suggestions on what packages I can still remove that are unnecessary for having firefox, fluxbox, pcmanfm, lxterminal, etc

And, I keep getting the error that the locale is not set, reverting to C? but I did set locale or thought I did, how to fix that?

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