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...but I just installed Swiftfox and am very impressed. All I did was extract the .tar.bz2 file into it's own folder in my home directory, and clicked the swiftfox.sh icon ... and boom ... had all my firefox bookmarks, homepage and everything.
Edit: Talked too fast. 32-bit version is great, but I can't get it to work at all on my 64-bit. Forget that. I'll delete the 32-bit as well.