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In the URL bar of Firefox, go to about:config. In the search box of the about:config page, enter the following: Network.http.sendRefererHeader Double click on Network.http.sendRefererHeader and change the value from 2 to 0 to disable the referrer header. The following values are accepted: 0 – Disable referrer. 1 – Send the Referer header when ...


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There are Firefox Addons that can accomplish this. They tend to make it easy to toggle on/off sending the referrer header, and do not require manual modification of Firefox's configuration. For example, Smart Referer: Send referers only when staying on the same domain. You can whitelist domains with wildcards and configure other things, look in ...


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Nautilus search ... if tracker is available it will show the results from that. From the link: Tracker provides the following: Indexer for desktop search (for more details see this spec : https://wiki.ubuntu.com/IntegratedDesktopSearch) Tag database for doing keyword tagging of any object Extensible metadata database for apps like gedit ...


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The Firefox add-on RefControl allows you to set a global Referer behaviour, which can be overwritten for specific domains. The behaviours are: Normal (like Firefox works by default) Block (send no Referer at all) Replace (sends the root address of the current domain as Referer) Specific (allows you to define a string yourself which should be sent as ...


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You might likely solve with a sudo chown USERNAME:USERNAME -R /home/USERNAME where you substitute to USERNAME your user's name (the short one, without spaces and such that you can see at the beginning of the terminal line).


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First, you can try reseting the settings of firefox. If it doesn't work, remove firefox completely using the command : sudo apt-get purge firefox Then try reinstalling it using the command: sudo apt-get install firefox


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Firefox can be easily reset to defaults after injudicious alterations in about:config by following these steps: Close Firefox completely Open the folder ~/.mozilla/firefox/< Profile Name >/, the < Profile Name > folder will most usually be named something like this: Within that folder rename the file prefs.js to prefs.js_bak by right ...


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Even though you could run wireshark as root, it should be avoided. Instead, try this: sudo dpkg-reconfigure wireshark-common Select YES to the question Then add your user to newly created wireshark group with this sudo adduser $USER wireshark Finally log out, and log back in and you should be able to capture packets.


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The exact location depends on your system, but you should be able to find it using this command in the terminal: kde4-config --path config --locate kmailrc



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