iceweasel -safe-mode not working, how to do internet after cold reset, in SQUEEZE ?
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Try iceweasel --safe-mode not iceweasel -safe-mode
$ iceweasel -safe-mode
$ iceweasel --safe-mode
well luckily that with kde with konqueror we can do internet, because otherwise I wouldnt have Internet anymore, because I am not root to install something that is not buggy as iceweasel. Galeon was usually not crashy / buggy as firefox.
I did several times rm -rf .mozilla, but its getting enough.
Your bookmarks where gone the first time you did this...
and it's you who did it - not firefox
...you could have just moved or copied it - then imported it into the freshly created profile
- you still can, if you still have them somewhere
I have both Iceweasel 3.5.3 and Firefox 3.5.3 both with the same bookmarks, passwords, extensions; it has been forever since I have had major issues with iceweasel but I do find that Firefox is a tad faster and uses a bit fewer resources. In 5 yrs of running sid not once have I had to remove or rename a profile to get iceweasel/firefox to work. If you are having the same issues over and over my guess is you have either extensions/themes or a plugin that isn't playing nice.
My debian squeeze is a fresh install. I havent folled around with the machine. Kind of proper installation. Here all what has been installed.
no plugins , nothing changes, just basic squeeze install, from server.