Re: Help! Strange FF/Iceweasel problem
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> On Fri, 13 Apr 2007 16:48:58 +0200
> Joe Hart <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
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>> KS wrote:
>>> Joe Hart wrote:
>>>> Dennis G. Wicks wrote:
>>>>> Any suggestions on how to stop this?
>>>>> Many TIA!
>>>> Perhaps uninstalling (purging) the one you have and installing it again
>>>> will solve your problem.
>>> Not if the problems exists in his Iceweasel profile.
>> Perhaps you are correct, but isn't the idea of purge to get rid of all
>> the config files too? Does that not apply to files that may be in a
>> user's /home directory? If not, then by removing that directory (in
>> this case the .mozilla directory should do it, since reinstalling it
>> will recreate the directory.
> I believe that purging doesn't remove files in $HOME; this was
> discussed sometime recently on the list. Right now I see at least one
> '.' directory in $HOME belonging to a package that I purged.
See, I learn something new from this list every day. At least now the
OP should know what to do.
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