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Hi, I can not open https webs with FF 1.5.0.8 and i can get it with Mozilla I have probe the diagnostics setps of firefox home web and the error ...
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    FireFox https web can not open


    Hi,

    I can not open https webs with FF 1.5.0.8 and i can get it with Mozilla
    I have probe the diagnostics setps of firefox home web and the error continue
    Somebody to help me?

    Thanks

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    Is firefox using a proxy server?

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    FireFox FireWall

    Hi,

    i have not installed a Proxy server , the connection to internet network is direct
    the so is fedora5 and the firewall configuration at gnome is -> Firewall options-> firewall enabled-> WWW security ( https) options is selected

    Thanks
    Candido

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    Unhappy firefox security preferences import

    Quote Originally Posted by anomie
    Is firefox using a proxy server?
    Hi,

    I have do a new installation of FireFox 1.5.0.8 and i have selected import preferences file from mozilla application.
    When I read the preferences->Advance->Security->Certificate->Authorities i see that
    IS EMPTY
    so the Certificate Management is not installed from mozilla

    ¿ i must do a manuallly instalation of this preferences?¿ There is somo manager command for do it?

    Thanks

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    Do this:

    #yum update nss
    #yum remove firefox
    #yum install firefox
    - keep the order.

    The settings and bookmarks will remain intact.

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    yum command or yum extender application

    Thanks,

    Firefox run right.
    I have executed this

    yum install /usr/lib/libstdc++.so.5

    and firefox can rendered the https webs, i look at preferences -> ...->certificates and now it is configurated ...

    i dont know why the yum extender application dont do this work with the libstdc++.so.5 library?

    Thanks
    Cándido

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