Today this urban Texas cowboy continues to crank out high-quality software as well as non-technical articles covering a multitude of diverse topics ranging from gaming to current affairs.So we have this helpdesk system at work called Remedy (I make no bones about it, it should be called Malady at least in the form my company has implemented it) but it's what we've got, I can't change that.
As Mozilla releases a newer Firefox version, the company fixes many security threats that plagued the previous version.
For physical problems -- eyes and color, I want to keep this version and not do any updates ever to it. Update Manager and added to ingnore package --firef0x* 2.
I don't know if it is a firefox or linux issue, but nothing seems to work. : P This is what I have tried: Giving that info would help. Fully removed all traces of firefox and reinstalled 3.6.28 3.
So I uninstall and reinstall and it works again ... The solutions I have tried are as follows (each time preceded by an uninstall of version 39.x and reinstall of v38.05): 1. Custom install Firefox v 38.05 with no maintenance service, deleted the files and maintenanceservice_from the Mozilla Firefox folder and renamed to
In Firefox Options / Advanced ensured that "Never check for updates (not recommended: security risk)" was selected. Custom install Firefox v 38.05 with no maintenance service (the above, Options / Advanced, settings appear to be maintained throughout the uninstall/reinstall). Custom install Firefox v 38.05 with no maintenance service and make all executables and DLLs read only. Went into Help / About Firefox and deliberately actioned an update.