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Many of the extensions I use seem to be incompatible with Swiftweasel (Firebug, DownThemAll! FEBE, Greasemonkey, etc.), and I was wondering if that's because I'm running 64bits Kubuntu?
Is there any way to bypass that compatibility check and force to load the extensions to see what happens?
- Ivan V.
What version of Swiftweasel are you running? Please supply the exact file name you installed.
Sorry, forgot about that. I used Automatix to install it:
Mozilla/5.0 (X11; U; Linux i686 (x86_64); en-US; rv:184.108.40.206) Gecko/20071021 Firefox/220.127.116.11
While I am happy that automatix has decided to include Swiftweasel, I am not happy with the way it is installed. I have tried to get information on why Automatix installs swiftweasel from tar files and places it in /opt. http://www.getautomatix.com/forum/index.php?showtopic=1591 but so far I have been ignored.
I tried to install 2 of the extensions, download them all and FEBE (FEBE may become a default extension). Both worked, but I did have to point FEBE to ~/.mozilla/swiftweasel/ to look for the extension folder. This makes me wonder if swiftweasel is at error , or how it is installed with automatix. Please feel free to download a deb file of swiftweasel and install it.
Will do, thanks for your help :)
Btw, any chance of getting Swiftweasel into a repository for Debian/Ubuntu?
Ok, I installed swiftweasel-18.104.22.168_nocona-64bit_ubuntu-AMD64.deb, but my extensios are still disabled :(
Nice, they work now after reinstalling them (no need to uninstall first). The only one that doesn't work is Google Gears, but that's apparently because of the architecture.
Cool, thanks fro the update.