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Using acer aspire one (ZG5) and have lost connection to Firefox browser after changing setting to make google my home default web page. I have no experience with linux so any help would be appreciated. There's no problem with my internet connection it shows connected.
The op system is Linpus Linux Lite v1.0.21.E
Not sure how to check if Firefox is online, do I open a terminal box and just type in "file=>work online" without quotes, or am I missing something very basic.
Typed firefox in terminal and after a small delay just re-shows the prompt again. A bit drastic I know but I have a recover disc, can I copy the contents onto a usb stick to use for recovery and completly restore the original software.