A lot of times this is actually caused by simply not having Firefox installed at all.
selenium.common.exceptions.WebDriverException: Message: Can not connect to the Service geckodriver
Navigate to Tools -> Account Settings -> Server Settings
Uncheck the following:
"Check for new messages on startup"
"Check for new messages every NN minutes"
"Automatically download new messages".
Here is the only solution Ifound that works in Firefox:
*Note you could basically just copy all of the commands in bold (the rest just shows the output)
sqlite> .clone places.sqlite-fixed
In your browser go to "about:config"
Right click and choose "New" ->"String"
The name should be:
Mozilla/5.0 (Linux; U; Android 2.2.1; en-ca; LG-P505R Build/FRG83) AppleWebKit/533.1 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/4.0 Mobile Safari/533.1
You don't even have to restart to make this work.........
I was sure this was a Centos bug with OpenSSL, Apache, MySQL or even PHP. I tried everything but nothing helped. One clue is that if you check the Apache logs you will see nothing in the access logs until minutes later (this means Firefox has not even passed your request to the remote Apache/htttpd server).
When even accepting the invalid certificate message that would show up minutes later when trying to "View the Certificate" Firefox would freeze. This bu........
Using Apache 2.2 and PHP5.6 PHPBB3 is very slow to respond. Actually for some reason it takes so long to even register a log entry in access_log as in several seconds or a few minutes later it shows up in Apache. All other vhosts and Apache access stops working and freezes until the request to access PHPBB3 slowly completes.
It seems to randomly be slow if you stop using it whether for posting or reading the forums. I've migrated to different machines including........
This is very annoying and also hard for web developers who want to see how things look on Android. You may be fooled into thinking you have an unclosed bracket or incompatible code but this is the "text inflation feature" which I feel should be disabled by default. It works so inconsitently that one block of text will appear small while the other will be huge and is quite annoying.
The solution is simple
Settings ->Display and &q........
This is very handy if you're too busy and don't have time to download whatever files you need.
The -D specifies the domains allowed, this is because I specified -H which means foreign hosts are allowed, if you don't restrict them you'll end up going to the whole internet via ads and other links just like a search Engine would follow.
-l 0 specifies to go deep, to as many levels as possible/as exist.
-e robots=off is important because robots.txt often says you can't vie........
I've used rsync again for this because I found it very simple, I've only excluded the Cache directory since it's not necessary and could be several GB in size.
rsync -Phaz --exclude=Cache/* email@example.com:/home/user/.mozilla/firefox/profile.default/* /home/user/.mozilla/firefox/ec1n9opl.default/
This is a great way once again to get going how you were on the old/remote computer fairly quickly. It even restores all of your history in........
When double clicking nothing happens/it doesn't open and when executing as ./firefox-bin you get this error:
./firefox-bin: error while loading shared libraries: libxul.so: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory
All the .so files reside within the directory of Firefox that you extract from the binary .tar.gz from Mozilla, it's just that your computer doesn't know/recognize where to look for them.
Basically it seems that Thunderbird only remembers/savesfor the first/default identity account. It is very annoying when the signature gets placed at the bottom and another huge oversight on Mozilla's part.
Fortunately you can hack/manually set this setting.
The solution for fixing the Signature At the Bottom (Below The Quote)
Click Tools -> Options ->Advanced -> Config Editor
Then search for ".sig_bottom" and set them al........
E-mail (Thunderbird) with GnuPG encryptionThis is great tool for Mozilla Thunderbird which allows you to encrypt your e-mails so only you and the receiver can view it even if the e-mail is intercepting or obtained by another person.
The only small catch is that you of course have to install an extension to Thunderbird and then configure each account you want to use it with. Really it can probably all be done in a few minutes and the effort is worth it.........
Use Mozilla Firefox, not Internet Explorer - You'll be glad!Hey guys,
I just thought I'd recommend that everyone switch to Mozilla Firefox as their web browser. You can find it at http://mozilla.org
It is free and it is much better than IE. It has a built-in popup blocker which works great and most importantly, it doesn't have a million critical security flaws which could compromise your security such as passwords for on-line banking etc..........