[SOLVED] Linux Firefox Not Working on Hotmail.com (or why I hate M$)
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Hello again, i have the same under ubuntu 7.10 with my partner's pc and i installed firefox 3.0 and that fixed it. it can be installed besides your current firefox. ff3.0 is still in beta i think. try to find it in synaptic first.
my first guess would be that it's possibly a user agent issue. to test that, either change the user agent in about:config, or install the user agent switcher extension and try one of the MS user agents from the list (installs to tools menu).
I'm pretty sure java script is included in all the pre-installed firefox versions, so that's probably a wrong error.
Firefox 3 is final, so if it works with FF3, I would just get that one.
A quick search brought up this:
(there's a possible solution after the rant) http://www.freesoftwaremagazine.com/...with_firefox_2
I am using Archlinux Duke with Bon Echo 220.127.116.11 as my web browser. I was having exactly the same problem as the thread mentioned.
I simply upgraded to firefox 3 and the problem got resolved.