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    Default Firefox can't reach the pages

    Hello!
    i use firefox for a long time, but today in opensuse he just stoped working without any reasonable reason! The only page he opens from now on is my default page... when i try to go to other ones appears this error message: "by the way the server is redirecting you, you will never reach your destination" or something like that. After this, says that this may be caused by blocked cookies... the problem is with my firefox, cause konqueror is working ok!
    how can i fix this??
    thanks

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    Default Re: Firefox can't reach the pages

    Check that from the file menu in FF 'work offline' is not checked
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    no, is not

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    Quote Originally Posted by masksalesman View Post
    Hello!
    i use firefox for a long time, but today in opensuse he just stoped working without any reasonable reason!
    Same problem here. My error messages look something like
    You have chose to open MapClick.php with is a PHP script from http://forecast.weather.gov
    These clues indicate to me that Firefox lost its database which maps file types to programs. By the way, Firefox was upgraded recently.

    Also, Firefox was marked on-line.

    I am running the 64 bit version of openSUSE. I tried
    Code:
    firefox
    from the command line and Firefox worked as expected. I then tried Firefox from the SUSE menu. Works. Then I tried from the icon on my KDE4 panel. Works.

    I'm clueless what was broken and what fixed the issue.

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    i tried to do as you did, but here the problem continue...but as long as its happening since the last update, probably is a new bug.

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    Default Re: Firefox can't reach the pages

    Try renaming the .mozilla folder to .mozilla_backup

    Try starting FF again
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    Things are broken again. One thing I failed to notice is when I started Firefox from the command line, I had the error message
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    *** nss-shared-helper: Shared database disabled (set NSS_USE_SHARED_DB to enable).
    The other thing I have noticed is it seems Goggle has hijacked many of my pages. And sometimes it goes to strange pages.

    What version of openSUSE to you have? I have 11.2, X64_86. Firefox is version 3.5.7 (64 bit). Curiously, another machine with 32 bit OS and Firefox works fine.

    Of course, Konquer works OK.

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    Quote Originally Posted by caf4926 View Post
    Try renaming the .mozilla folder to .mozilla_backup

    Try starting FF again
    Doesn't fix the issues here.

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    Default Re: Firefox can't reach the pages

    Create a new user
    login with it
    do you still have the issue?
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    The behavior I'm seeing is total strange. I'll often see a page "Here we are! " This seems to be a broken release.

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