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Re: Since I've installed Firefox in ~, every update results in a reset

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Claudius Hubig <nfs_2012@chubig.net> writes:

> Merciadri Luca <Luca.Merciadri@student.ulg.ac.be> wrote:
>>Quite everything is in the title. I'm running Debian Lenny (yes, I
>>know, time to switch..., but haven't had time yet), and I precedently
>>installed Firefox in ~/ for various reasons.
>>The problem is not here. The problem is that every time an update is
>>done, or even quite often (I don't know if each time this happens this
>>is an update as it would mean updates are very frequent!) the Firefox
>>starts as if it was installed for the first time (e.g. no history, no
>>bookmarks, etc.), except that
>>1) my plugins/add-ons are still recognized and used,
>>2) my default webpage (start page) is still OK.
> Firefox can be configured to forget history (and maybe bookmarks?) on
> exit. Maybe you did configure it this way?
On exit, I do not generally forget history/bookmarks. Thanks anyway
for the answer.

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Merciadri Luca
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