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Chromium and chrome Store passwords in three ways: GNOME Keyring KWallet 4 plain text Chromium chooses which store to use automatically, based on your desktop environment. Passwords stored in GNOME Keyring or KWallet are encrypted on disk, and access to them is controlled by dedicated daemon software. Passwords stored in plain text are not encrypted. ...


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You don't need to uninstall/reinstall the browser. To delete the settings for a given user, you must delete the config folder for that user (placed in its home, as a hidden folder, thus the . at the start of the name). You may delete that folder using the terminal or you may open the home folder in Nautilus and press Ctrl+H to show the hidden files and ...


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Execute these commands in terminal : sudo apt-get remove chromium --purge rm -rf ~/.config/chromium rm -rf ~/.cache/chromium sudo rm -rf /etc/chromium


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You can obtain a full list of browsers in the repos by searching for what "provides" the www-browser task. That is most simple with aptitude: aptitude search '~Pwww-browser' The list current from my computer (which has some PPAs —notably Chrome— installed) stands at: arora, chimera2, chromium-browser, dillo, dwb, elinks, epiphany-browser, firefox, ...


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I've solved the problem by installing libwebkitgtk in Ubuntu 13.10 and Eclipse Kepler. sudo apt-get install libwebkitgtk-1.0-0


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It is possible using dconf, the key is org.gnome.Epiphany user-agent The default is empty, so this is probably why you see no UA string set there. You can also try gsettings set org.gnome.Epiphany user-agent "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Win64; x64) AppleWebKit/537.36 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/37.0.2049.0 Safari/537.36" by command line, should do the ...


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Below two versions of a script to autohide the launcher when an application's window is maximized. The scripts are tested on 14.04 / 14.10 The differences The first version is a "general" version, it makes the launcher autohide whenever a window of any application is maximized. The second one makes the launcher autohide, but only on applications that you ...


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Here you go guys. Tested on my Ubuntu 14.04 with original Unity environment. Hope someone appreciate my little work... It's suitable for one browser window #!/bin/bash ## Tested with Ubuntu 14.04 Unity ## Auto hide Unity Launcher when web browser is maximized ## wmctrl is required: sudo apt-get install wmctrl ## ~pba ## Change value of "key" to the ...


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Facebook mainly uses the Facebook Like buttons installed on the web pages you visit to track where you went and are. This button injects an iframe that stores cookies on your computer, and cross references all the web pages you visit. To prevent this, I'd recommend the Adblock Extension, which, alongside blocking advertising on the pages you visit, has an ...


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Using two different browsers could partially help. But I remember reading about non-Facebook users getting tracked by Facebook on third-party sites. They probably just wait for you to log in. It's better than nothing, but just do a mistake once and they got you ;) Once they have the connection between your second browser and your account, they can always ...


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Install the Kparts Plugins As per this german wiki page the kparts-plugins can be used. You need have the universe repository activated. Then issue the following command in a terminal sudo apt-get install kpartsplugin Beware that if you don't have the KDE-Desktop installed already, on a Ubuntu 14.04 those packages will be installed with the ...


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You can keep your command as is and change the way applications are getting automatic focus by changing the following settings. Open a terminal and type: dconf write /org/compiz/profiles/unity/plugins/core/focus-prevention-level 0 To restore the initial behaviour: dconf write /org/compiz/profiles/unity/plugins/core/focus-prevention-level 1


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Closing a tab: {activity=>long press on the opened tabs}Do a long press on the opened tabs(its a long left click) then red coloured into marks will apppear, this way you can close it, if you don' t wanna close it, again do a long press on the open tabs. Private browsing: I haven't figured that out (or) it does not seem to exist on this one. Still direct ...


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Same thing happened with me a while ago with my ubuntu 14.04 gnome, and got no particular answer from the community. What I did, After successful installation of adobe-flashplugin package, when I looked for flash plugin(which is libflashplayer.so) in mozilla plugin directory (/usr/lib/mozilla/plugins/) it wasn't there. So I copied the plugin from ...


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The simplest way is to move the welcome page. Two things: Apache on Ubuntu 14.04 uses /var/www/html/ directory by default, so you can either start using that directory or change the Apache configuration to use /var/www. The default page is /var/www/html/index.html. Rename it to something else, like /var/www/html/apache-welcome.html.


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How to install Opera on Ubuntu: From the terminal, add a pointer to the opera stable sources: sudo sh -c 'echo "deb http://deb.opera.com/opera/ stable non-free" >> /etc/apt/sources.list.d/opera.list' Install the key: sudo sh -c 'wget -O - http://deb.opera.com/archive.key | apt-key add -' Update repo: sudo apt-get update Install Opera: sudo ...


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May be that not all the required certs were downloaded on your computer. Bring up terminal and type the following command to refresh your SSL certificates: $ sudo apt-get install --reinstall ca-certificates Once you re-install the certs, restart your computer and try again.


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On Ubuntu 14.04 Open All Settings. Click on Details under System. On the next window, click on Default Applications. Choose your desired browser.


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Kindly suggest you to follow these steps and let me know if it works ? Google Chrome users can remove Ask search apps quickly by going to Chrome Settings, clicking the Extensions tab, and then removing the Ask Toolbar extension by clicking the trash can icon next to the search app extension. Mozilla Firefox users can remove Ask search apps by going to ...


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System-wide change The default browser is determined by the x-www-browser alternative. In order to add the Tor browser to the list of available options, you have to run this command: sudo update-alternatives --install /usr/bin/x-www-browser x-www-browser /path/to/torbrowser/executable 1 Then, you need to select it as the default by using sudo ...


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the installation gonna be like this $ sudo add-apt-repository ppa:webupd8team/tor-browser $ sudo apt-get update $ sudo apt-get install tor-browser open the tor browser look for app named : tor-browser


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The following can be found in the Software Centre. They can also be installed with apt-get. Only the free ones have screenshots, and they were the only ones I tested. All the others I gave a rating out of 5. Summary: The top 3 browsers (in my opinion) are Chromium (and Google Chrome), Firefox and Midori. Chromium Command line is chromium-browser ...


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As far as I understoond, any browser suits you. So I would recommend you Pentadactyl – an extension for Firefox. Besides vi-like keybindings for browsing / navigation and lots of attendant features, it also provides both possibilities, you’ve asked. External editor for textareas and textboxes, which is GVim by default, can be launched by <C-i>. ...


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The latest version of Opera 27 is only for 64-bit systems. If you want to use Opera you should choose an older version: Opera 12.16 download link for 32-bit Linux Safari doesn't have Linux version.You cannot run it natively in Ubuntu.


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Normally in Ubuntu the packages that you can install directly via command line (sudo apt-get install <package>) or software center has the .deb format. Here all the dependencies will be automatically fixed, so you don't need to worry about anything just use the command line or software center to install a package, the package manager will take the ...


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Sometimes, it has to be solved with MTU size of Ethernet. Follow these steps: Open up System Settings. Go to Network in the Hardware section. Select Wired in the list (which is active connection in my case, maybe another in your case). Click Options button in the bottom of the right side window. In the Ethernet tab, modify the MTU size to 1460 and click ...


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Cache is the regular cache backend. Cache2 is a new cache backend since Firefox 27 and onwards. OfflineCache is the offline cache from which a resource is essentially loaded first and then it is checked if it is still fresh. startupCache is a sort of fastload feature. All of these are capable of holding pieces of website data.


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.mozilla/firefox directory contains the settings and extensions. Here's output of mine: $ ls .mozilla/firefox/b1ygiwi1.default/ | head addons.json addons.sqlite* blocklist.xml bookmarkbackups/ cert8.db* cert_override.txt* compatibility.ini* content-prefs.sqlite* cookies.sqlite* cookies.sqlite-shm* The other directory actually contains different ...


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It's a Flash problem, not a Firefox problem... I use the following workaround (this is not a solution, maybe someone else will have a better idea, but in the mean time, it'll help): Note the time you're stuck in the video Do a hard refresh Ctrl+F5 Play the video again and click on the time just before you had the problem. This seems to work in 90% of ...


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It's not an OS or a plugin problem. Use the HTTP version of the site (http://us.battle.net/d3/en/forum/) instead of HTTPS. Why? Because their JavaScript says so: <script xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" type="text/javascript"> //<![CDATA[ Feedback.showForm = false; if (window.location.protocol === 'http:') { Feedback.showForm = true; } //]]> ...



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